Association of Latin American Reinsurers
Association des réassureurs latinoaméricains
Asociación de Reaseguradores Latinoamericanos (ARELA)
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1981-10-14 Santiago Chile
14 Oct 1981, Santiago (Chile), when statutes were approved, annual meetings of Latin American Reinsurers having been held since 1975, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Statutes modified: 1982; 1983; 1986; 1988; 1989. Registered in Uruguay.
Facilitate relations, knowledge and exchange of experience among members; promote study of all matters related to reinsurance, especially as concerns the Latin American market; promote the development and efficiency of Latin American markets of reinsurance; maintain and disseminate information on legal, statistical, tariff, technical or financial matters; favour other activities for the common benefit.
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General Assembly (held annually, during the Meeting of Latin American Reinsurers). Board of Directors, consisting of one representative of each member country. Organizing Committee (of the General Assembly). Executive Secretary. Regional Committees (3).
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