Association Européenne des Cadres de l'Assurance (AECA)
European Association of Insurance Company Managers
1980-11-29 Düsseldorf Germany FR
Founded 29 Nov 1980, Düsseldorf (Germany FR). Previous title in English: European Federation of Executives and Managerial Staff of the Insurance Sector. EU Transparency Register: 56852692897-76.
In accordance with the aims of CEC: bring together, analyse and distribute economic and social information related to the European insurance context; contribute to European social dialogue by passing on opinions to the CEC in regards to positions adopted by the European Commission; study and defend common professional interest; improve, by all appropriate measures, the working, economic and living conditions of members, and safeguard their general interests; develop, wherever possible, professional training and good managerial practices in a spirit of European collaboration; represent interests of member associations and their members in all European organizations in the geographical area where AECA members exist and where the insurance sector is concerned; ensure best relations with European organizations of insurance employers and share common views about economic and social key points.
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