The insurance options and challenges for MNCs

August 2010
Asia Insurance Review;Aug2010, p66
Trade Publication
The article looks at the challenges facing multinational enterprises based in the Asia Pacific when arranging effective risk financing for operations in multiple countries. It explores the essence of setting up a centrally controlled multinational insurance solution wherein it covers the customer's global risks by providing transparency and consistency of coverage while matching individual local business and market requirements. The development of a controlled master program is also discussed.


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