Asian Reinsurance Corporation (Asian Re)
Société asiatique de réassurance
Corporación Asiatica de Reaseguros
1979-05-28 Bangkok Thailand
28 May 1979, Bangkok (Thailand), as a joint project of E-XE3381 - UNCTAD and E-XE4177 - United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP). Commenced operations in 1980.
Operate as a professional reinsurer accepting business from insurance markets in member States as well as other markets of the region or elsewhere, and retrocede its surpluses after net retention with priority given to national insurance and reinsurance markets of member States; invest a sizeable proportion of its funds within the region, provided that such investments meet with the requirements of sound insurance techniques; serve as a regional centre for collection of insurance information and development of expertise in insurance and reinsurance to be put at the disposal of national insurance markets of member States; provide technical assistance to national insurance markets of member States.
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