VIDEO: Business opportunities in Azerbaijan, under the spotlight at Baden-Baden AZERI Evening

An exquisite atmosphere, experience changes between re/insurance specialists and valuable business networking opportunities were key elements of the 5th edition of the AZERI Evening in Baden-Baden, the event which took place on Sunday, 23 October, at the Casino Restaurant Sommergarten.

Representing an excellent opportunity for the AZERI insurance industry to make itself known during the annual meetings held in Baden - Baden, the event gathered insurance and reinsurance professionals from across the globe.

The participants had the opportunity to receive more information about the potential and perspectives of the Caucasian market, and also to be among the first readers of XPRIMM Insurance Profile Azerbaijan.

The AZERI Evening was organized by the Azerbaijan Insurers Association and XPRIMM with the support of the Financial Markets Supervision Authority of the Republic of Azerbaijan. PASHA Life supported the event as Main Partner, and AZ Re, SILK WAY Insurance, STANDARD Insurance, ATESHGAH Life, and AZER Sigorta as Partners.

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