International Credit Insurance and Surety Association (ICISA)
1928-04 Paris France
Founded 1928, following first international conference on trade credit insurance, 1926, London (UK). Founding Members: Cobac of Belgium (now Euler Hermes); Crédito y Caución of Spain; Eidgenössische of Switzerland (now Winterthur); Hermes of Germany (now Euler Hermes); NCM of the Netherlands (now Atradius); SFAC of France (now Euler Hermes); SIAC of Italy (now Euler Hermes); Trade Indemnity of the UK (now Euler Hermes). Based in Switzerland from 1928 to 1999; relocated to London, 1999-2003, and then to Amsterdam (Netherlands) in 2003.
Study questions relating to Credit Insurance and Surety in order to provide opportunities for members' employees to acquire knowledge of the theory and practice of credit insurance and surety underwriting; represent members' interests; initiate means whereby the common action of members can be facilitated in order to develop their mutual relations in the interest of their national and the international economy, in the interest of their insured, and in their own interest.
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