GBM Award: Best Digital Experience for Customers – Central & Eastern Europe 2018

Global Brands Magazine team congratulates “Phoenix CRetro team on winning the Best Digital Experience for Customers – Central & Eastern Europe 2018for the year 2018.

This year’s award winners were selected from a very competitive group of entrants, all of whom demonstrated unique and exceptional service delivery towards evolving financial sectors. Phoenix CRetro was awarded this honor for their exceptional commitment to Innovation, Quality, Performance and providing a Robust Financial environment in Europe.

«Это рекордные суммы страховки на отечественном концертном рынке»

ОРИГИНАЛЬНАЯ ПУБЛИКАЦИЯ ЗДЕСЬ

Организатор российских гастролей Робби Уильямса — о последствиях их отмены

Отмена двух российских концертов Робби Уильямса, которые должны были завершить его тур в поддержку альбома «The Heavy Entertainment Show», стала полной неожиданностью для поклонников, разогретых рекламной кампанией, которая длилась целый год. Певец пожаловался на здоровье и был госпитализирован. А публика все равно строила разнообразные догадки. Эдуард Ратников, генеральный директор компании TCI, организовывавшей российские гастроли Робби Уильямса, по просьбе Бориса Барабанова дал “Ъ” подробные комментарии.

The investors who’ll pay to clean up after hurricanes Irma and Harvey

ORIGINAL PUBLICATION HERE

With Hurricane Irma hitting the Gulf Coast of the United States following Hurricane Harvey a little over a fortnight ago, investors holding catastrophe bonds for storms over these regions are likely to lose their money.

Financial losses of investors pale into insignificance against the death and destruction of the hurricanes, but insurance is big business and insurers have been offloading some of the risks to investors through the investment banks that create the bonds.

Winds of change for Belarus’ reinsurance industry?

ORIGINAL PUBLICATION HERE. Русский перевод здесь.

The longevity of Belarus’ president, Aleksander Lukashenko, owes as much to the structure of the country’s economy as it does to his sharp and often criticised leadership skills, which have resulted in a narrowing of the political space and the suppression of opposition.

Much of his legitimacy rests on an implicit social contract under which the government has traditionally provided security from the unemployment and inflation which ravaged other post-communist economies during the transition to free markets, in exchange for popular support. The government is able to provide such security largely through its maintenance of a Soviet-style system, where 75 per cent of the economy, and two thirds of the work force, remain state-controlled, together with large subsidies from Russia who is Belarus’ major trading partner.

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Phoenix CRetro was part of Bermuda Delegation at Trading Risk Awards 2015

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On 18 June 2015, the cream of the (re)insurance convergence market gathered for its annual awards ceremony to acknowledge the hard work and professionalism awarded by industry leading newsletter Trading Risk.

Phoenix CRetro was extremely proud to be part of Bermuda Delegation led by Greg Wojciechowski, ILS Bermuda Chairman & Bermuda Stock Exchange CEO, along with Ross Webber, Bermuda Development Agency CEO and key industry executives from our jurisdiction.

True to tradition, an evening of celebration and networking was had by all, culminating with the much anticipated announcement of the winners. To know further info on Sponsors & Winners please click HERE

To view official the photos from the evening please click here.

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(From left) Gregory A. Woiciechovski, President & CEO of Bermuda Stock Exchange, Kirill Savrassov SVP & CEO of Phoenix CRetro, Ross Webber, CEO of Bermuda Development Agency

 

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EuropeanCEO: Bermuda is a world-class international business centre

Bermuda-business-centreORIGINAL PUBLICATION HERE 

With deep-rooted historical connections to Europe and a range of advantages in the corporate world, Bermuda is truly a world-class international business centre

Bermuda’s connections with Europe began in 1505 when Juan de Bermúdez first discovered the islands. They were first settled in 1609. In the Age of Discovery, when mariners crisscrossed the Atlantic to search for New World riches, they black-marked the reef-encircled archipelago as a cursed ‘Isle of Devils’. Today’s entrepreneurs and venture capitalists hold no such qualms about the British overseas territory, which is now recognised more for its reputation as a world-class international business centre than for its trademark pink beaches, ‘Triangle’ and shorts.