Swiss Re's Chief Economist Media Briefing 2015
Swiss Re's Chief Economist, Kurt Karl, will address the economic developments in 2015 and how they affect the insurance market outlook for 2016. He will cover recent developments, pricing and demand, and provide an outlook for the property and casualty markets as well as life and health business.
This year Kurt will be joined by Daniel Staib, Senior Economist at Swiss Re. Daniel will focus on the economies and insurance markets of Sub-Saharan Africa and look at the growth potential for insurers and reinsurers in the region.
To register for this event please contact Media_Relations@swissre.com
30 St Mary Axe
EC3A 8EP London
Webcast and conference call
You can follow this conference via a webcast and conference call.
To join the conference via web conference please follow this link.
Conference call dial ins:
Europe: +41 (0)58 310 50 00
UK +44 (0)203 059 58 62
USA +1 (1)631 570 5613
South Africa +27 11 589 8373
Other international dial in details here.
Download presentation (PDF) here.
Download report (PDF) here.
Date: 24 Nov 2015, 10:00 - 11:00 (London local time)
Please note: UK time
Registration for journalists attending in London
Global insurance review 2015 and outlook 2016/17
Sub-Saharan Africa: facing headwinds
End of event (approx.)
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