The Geneva Association: Keeping the insurance industry in shape

Eling, Martin
March 2015
Asia Insurance Review;Mar2015, p52
Trade Publication
An extract taken from The Geneva Association's newsletters about the challenges insurers need to look at in order to stay in business in the next years is presented.


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