Swiss Re's Chief Economist Briefing 2014
Kurt Karl, Swiss Re's Chief Economist and Roman Lechner, Head of Swiss Re Economic Research & Consulting Zurich will address the economic developments in 2014 and how they affect the insurance market outlook for 2015/2016.
They will cover global macroeconomic trends and their effect on global life and non-life insurance as well as underwriting results and pricing trends 2014-2016.
To register for this event please contact Media_Relations@swissre.com
30 St Mary Axe
EC3A 8EP London
conference call and web presentation
Those who cannot attend in person are welcome to join by conference call. You are kindly requested to dial-in to the call 10 minutes prior to the start using the following numbers:
Dial in details
+41 (0)58 310 50 00 (Europe)
+44 (0)203 059 58 62 (UK)
+1 (1)631 570 5613 (USA)
Other international dial in details here
Follow the presentation online
Download presentation (PDF) here.
Download report (PDF) here.
Date: 25 Nov 2014, 10:00 - 11:00 (London local time)
Please note: UK time
Registration for journalists attending in London
|Global macroeconomic trends and their effect on global life and non-life insurance
Kurt Karl, Swiss Re Chief Economist
Underwriting results and pricing trends 2014 - 2016
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