XIth Int'l Conference "Insurance in Central Asia" gathered top re/insurance representatives from Central Asia, CIS and CEE

The XIth International Conference "Insurance in Central Asia" took place between April 13-14 in Almaty, Kazakhstan. XPRIMM reports were available at the conference stands.

Organized by InterConsult Info with the support of the Kazakhstan Association of Insurers, the conference gathered top re/insurance representatives from Central Asia, CIS and CEE countries. Traditionally, XPRIMM supports the event as Media Partner.

On the occasion, the latest issue of the specialized publication "INSURANCE Profile Kazakhstan FY2016&1H2016" has been presented. INSURANCE Profile Kazakhstan, co-produced by XPRIMM and Interconsult Info (Kazakhstan), is one of the main channel of information about the business environment with the potential offered by the insurance market of Kazakhstan. On the conference stands there were also available the FY2016 report on the Russian insurance market and the 1H2016 edition of the XPRIMM Insurance Report.

Among the main topics of the conference there were:
  • Prospects for cooperation in framework of the Common Economic Space. Unique insurance market: regulation of the insurance legislation, the unification of the insurance markets and their collaboration with the international reinsurance market.
  • Nat Cat insurance - the effective international models and adaptation on the insurance market of Kazakhstan.
  • Innovation in insurance industry: How to stay one step ahead of the competition?
  • 20 years of compulsory motor TPL insurance in Kazakhstan: More or Less. Overview of the achieved results. How technology will change the future of motor insurance? International experience in this line of business.

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