Mr. Nieto will coordinate our regional sales efforts across all of our different segments.Learn more
En esta posición, Rodrigo coordinará las acciones de ventas regionales en todos los segmentos en los que Corporate Solutions participa.Learn more
Since 1980, nine countries in Central America and the Caribbean have had at least half of their annual gross domestic product (GDP) wiped out by a natural catastrophe. The 2010 earthquake in Haiti had an estimated impact of 120% of GDP.Download
Uruguay is fortunate to have four river basins within its borders, two of which feed its hydroelectric plants. Hydropower can supply up to 90% of the country‘s electricity demand in a humid year. A dry year, however, can be costly.Download
It will insure mid-sized and large companies and government entities against large risks.Learn more
Over the past 50 years, 75 major flood events have been reported in Argentina, affecting around 13 million people and taking more than 500 lives. With the equivalent of USD 22.5bn lost since 1980, floods are the most costly natural catastrophe affecting the country.
Adjusting for the country‘s GDP growth, the same events today would have caused accumulated losses of USD 43.5bn.
For the third year in a row, the industry magazine Latam Insurance Review (Latam IR) awarded Swiss Re Corporate Solutions in Brazil.
This time, the award was particularly special, as it recognized our pioneering and innovative solutions.
Agricultural insurance is one of a number of risk management strategies used to confront the perils of agricultural production. It helps manage risks in the agricultural food value chain, stabilize farming income and promote investment in agriculture. In Latin America, agricultural insurance systems include formal and informal risk sharing and transfer arrangements, private insurance and post-disaster government relief. They span the spectrum of predominantly market-based systems where private insurers compete for business, to more state-directed programs.Download
Agriculture employs one in four in Peru. A highly diversified sector, it includes all segments – from commercial to smallholder farming. Export income from coffee is important to the economy but at the same time it’s exposed to
many perils: The coffee leaf rust outbreak in 2012/2013 was just the latest event to hit the sector
Globally, fish represent around 17% of the average per capita animal protein intake, making global aquaculture an important industry in terms of both food provision and employment generation. Indiscriminate exploitation of natural fish stocks is a huge concern and is causing a widening gap between the supply and demand of aquatic organisms.Download
Mexico City, a metropolis of around 21 million people is plagued by regular summer flooding which makes life utterly miserable for the city’s inhabitants, just one recent example being the inundation caused by Tropical Storm Ernesto in 2012. It is also exposed to substantial earthquake risk.
To decrease the country’s financial exposure in times of drought, in January 2014 Uruguay’s state-owned electric company entered into an 18-month, USD 450 million weather coverage agreement with the World Bank Treasury. Highlighting the strength of public-private partnership, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions took on a material part of the risk.Download