The International Insurance Law Association - AIDA is a non-profit making international association, formed in 1960, to promote and develop at an international level, collaboration between its members with a view to increasing the study and knowledge of international and national insurance law and related matters.
The Private Insurance Superintendency (SUSEP) is an autarchy of the Federal Indirect Federal Public Administration, headquartered in Rio de Janeiro, responsible for the authorization, control and oversight of the insurance, open pension, capitalization and reinsurance markets in Brazil.
Lloyd's of London is a British insurance and reinsurance market. Unlike most of its competitors in the reinsurance market, Lloyd's of London is neither a company nor a corporation. It functions as a meeting place where several financial players (or members), either individuals (traditionally called Names) or corporations, come together to contribute to a common fund and to propagate risk calculation.
Instituto de Reesseguros do Brasil (IRB-Brasil Re.) Is a company that operates in the reinsurance market. Created in 1939 by Getúlio Vargas, the IRB had the objective of concentrating national reinsurance in the country, through the company itself and its retrocession policy, in which most of the risk was shared among national insurers.
IMIA, the International Association of Engineering Insurers, is a network of experts in Engineering Insurance from around the world who share experiences, investigate and discuss emerging and critical issues and elaborate papers discussing all kinds of topics of Engineering Insurance. Our core value is to offer a forum for understanding and promoting best practice in the field of Engineering Insurance.