Energy Risk Equals Insurance Opportunity

Satter, Marlene Y.
April 2013
Investment Advisor;Apr2012, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p74
The article focuses on the plenty of opportunities for the insurance sector in the world of energy in the upcoming years. It mentions a report of global reinsure Swiss Reinsurance Co. Ltd., Swiss reinsurance company, which highlights the investment potential and risks which could lead to growth of the economy and insurance sector. It reports the need of innovative solutions along the whole value chain from the different companies of the world to supports the energy production programs.


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