New Brazilian Reinsurance Rules – A Change In Course

01 de October de 2015
By João Marcelo dos Santos

Our partner João Marcelo dos Santos had an article published on the website, on September 2, 2015, published New Reinsurance Rules – A Change In Course.

“When regulatory environments progress, they do so with uncertainty taking some steps forward, some back, and having periods of silence. The publication of National Council of Private Insurance (CNSP) Resolutions N. 321 and 322 (the last one was replaced by the CNSP Resolution No. 325) seem to duly fit this scenario.”

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