Costa Rica to Host Regional Insurance Congress

From July 29 – 31, the IX Central American and Caribbean Insurance Congress will be held at the Real Intercontinental Hotel Costa Rica.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

The Congress will have "Global Trends in Insurance Regulation and Supervision" as a theme, and it is being organized by the National Chamber of Insurance Marketing Companies (CANECA) and the Pan American Insurance Producers (COPAPROSE). It will be attended by renowned professionals in the Costa Rican Insurance field.

In an article in Elfinancierocr.com, comments by Jorge Salas, president of CANECA, were reported. He said “that insurance rules and supervision, the possibility of new business and Costa Rica's position in the international market will be analyzed. ‘The aim is to generate more culture and judgment among people in the face of the opening of the market,’ said Salas."

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