By EUROPEAN CEO.
Those reinsurance firms that stayed true to their principles and key markets during the last financial crisis are now best-placed to take advantage of the subsequent market conditions
The 2008 financial collapse sent seismic waves across the banking and global insurance industries. As a result, bond underwriting, a service that processes public issuances and delivers securities, suffered a general decline. Over the last few years, however, this segment of the market has seen a revival, with interest burgeoning – particularly across emerging markets. Perhaps the biggest catalyst for this shift has been the growing trend for large infrastructure projects across Latin America and the Middle East.
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