Panama's Potential in Reinsurance

The country aims to position itself as an international or reinsurance hub, where companies meet the needs of other companies in Latin America

Monday, June 18, 2012

The Superintendent of Insurance and Reinsurance, Luis Della Togna, said there is already interest from several companies, including Lloyd's of London, who see opportunities for growth in the region.

According to an article in, "From Panama these companies could attend to insurers in Latin America.

In the 1980 there were more than 12 reinsurance companies in Panama, who left the country due to the political situation, but after several years outside of this business the country is waking up and looking to become a sustainable market in the short term. "

In 2010 insurance activities saw an increase of 14.6%, with total sales of $1.052 million in premiums.

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