Goldberg Segalla LLP on The Rise and Implications of the Chinese Insurance Industry (PDF)

Discusses the headway that Chinese insurers have made in their short history of existence, the implications of the rising Chinese insurance industry, and the potential they have on insurers and practitioners globally.
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This commentary discusses the headway that Chinese insurers have made in their short history of existence, the implications of the rising Chinese insurance industry, and the potential they have on insurers and practitioners globally. This commentary was prepared by the co-chair of Goldberg Segalla's Insurance Services Practice Group, and co-authored by another member of the Group with deep knowledge of Asia and aspects of its insurance industry.

 

Daniel W. Gerber serves as co-chair of Goldberg Segalla LLP's Global Insurance Services Practice Group. He maintains an international practice in complex insurance coverage and reinsurance matters. Richard J. Ahn is Special Counsel with Goldberg Segalla and is involved with firm insurance matters as they concern Asia. Both authors practice in Goldberg Segalla's Global Insurance Services Group.

 

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