Worldwide Reinsurance Awards 2012 launch today

Apr 04, 2012 by Adrian Hönig in  Baden-Baden Meeting

Today we fire the starting pistol for the 2012 Worldwide Reinsurance Awards – the longest-established and most prestigious celebration of excellence in the industry.

Now in their 19th year, these awards are firmly established in the industry calendar and count some of the biggest names in insurance and reinsurance among previous guests and winners.

This year, we have added new categories and entirely revamped the criteria for the old favourites and we expect the competition for prizes to be as tough as ever.

Certainly, 2011 was a tough year for reinsurers and their clients and partners, but we know this is an industry that responds most robustly in times of greatest strain.

So this is no time to be shy about your achievements.

Believe me, your competitors will not be hiding their lights under bushels and they may not have as much to crow about as you.

Remember, the judges can only make their decisions based on the entries in front of them.

Can you afford to let your competitors enjoy the publicity and acclaim picking up a Worldwide Reinsurance Award brings, simply because you did not enter?

You know how hard you and your colleagues have been working. Now is the time to shout about it.

You can download the entry form here: http://reinsuranceawards.com

We look forward to receiving your entries and seeing you at the awards ceremony on September 5 – the week before the Monte Carlo Rendez-Vous.

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