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Leadership Summit 2018 - April 19-21 Baltimore

Thursday, February 1, 2018 - 10:10

Join us for The Institutes CPCU Society 2018 Leadership Summit April 19 through 21in Baltimore, Maryland, and get the strategic leadership training you need to effectively guide your chapter, interest group, committee, or task force and advance knowledge in our industry.

By attending this year's CPCU Society Leadership Summit, you will:

See you @ The Institutes CPCU Society 10/2018 Annual Meeting - San Diego

Monday, January 22, 2018 - 11:58

Oct 13 - 16 2018 in San Diego @ Grand Hyatt San Diego

https://www.facebook.com/ManchesterGrandHyattSanDiego/

New Insights Article: Cuba After Castro: Outlook for Reforms and Investment Insurance

Tuesday, September 5, 2017 - 10:56
by Anastazia Clouting and Alexander Frost

Cuba has emerged as a promising market for insurers seeking to leverage protection gaps

Characterized by high education levels, a sophisticated understanding of social security, and relatively developed connections to the financial sector, Cuba is not impeded by the common cultural barriers to the development of insurance markets. These obstacles often include hostility to premium payments, given the uncertainty of payouts; religious opposition to gambling on fate; and limited access to formal financial networks.

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Leadership Summit 2018 - April 19-21 Baltimore

Thursday, February 1, 2018 - 10:10

Join us for The Institutes CPCU Society 2018 Leadership Summit April 19 through 21in Baltimore, Maryland, and get the strategic leadership training you need to effectively guide your chapter, interest group, committee, or task force and advance knowledge in our industry.

By attending this year's CPCU Society Leadership Summit, you will:

See you @ The Institutes CPCU Society 10/2018 Annual Meeting - San Diego

Monday, January 22, 2018 - 11:58

Oct 13 - 16 2018 in San Diego @ Grand Hyatt San Diego

https://www.facebook.com/ManchesterGrandHyattSanDiego/

New Insights Article: Cuba After Castro: Outlook for Reforms and Investment Insurance

Tuesday, September 5, 2017 - 10:56
by Anastazia Clouting and Alexander Frost

Cuba has emerged as a promising market for insurers seeking to leverage protection gaps

Characterized by high education levels, a sophisticated understanding of social security, and relatively developed connections to the financial sector, Cuba is not impeded by the common cultural barriers to the development of insurance markets. These obstacles often include hostility to premium payments, given the uncertainty of payouts; religious opposition to gambling on fate; and limited access to formal financial networks.

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