Mexican and Brazilian insurers pushing for Solvency II


Both markets have been growing rapidly, as large segments of the population clamour for basic insurance products. The Mexican market has doubled in size in the past 10 years, with the number of companies jumping from about 40 to around 100. Norma Alicia Rosas, vice-president of analysis and sectoral studies at the Insurance and Surety National Commission (CNSF) in Mexico City, says this rate of growth is sustainable. Basic products such as life insurance are most sought after, meaning the

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