The Geneva Association is the leading international insurance “think tank” for strategically important insurance and risk management issues.
The Geneva Association identifies fundamental trends and strategic issues where insurance plays a substantial role or which influence the insurance sector. Through the development of research programmes, regular publications and the organisation of international meetings, The Geneva Association serves as a catalyst for progress in the understanding of risk and insurance matters and acts as an information creator and disseminator. It is the leading voice of the largest insurance groups worldwide in the dialogue with international institutions. In parallel, it advances—in economic and cultural terms—the development and application of risk management and the understanding of uncertainty in the modern economy.
The Geneva Association membership comprises a statutory maximum of 90 Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) from the world's top (re)insurance companies. It organises international expert networks and manages discussion platforms for senior insurance executives and specialists as well as policy-makers, regulators and multilateral organisations.
Established in 1973, The Geneva Association, officially the "International Association for the Study of Insurance Economics", is based in Zurich, Switzerland and is a non-profit organisation funded by its members.
For more information please visit The Geneva Association website.