- Sancho Acevedo, RTS Director for Luso (Brazil, Portugal and other markets), will be at the event with a team of experts, representing the company and speaking to all professionals interested in learning about the dimensions of Grupo RTS.
- With his extensive experience in the field of industrial risks, Acevedo will participate in a roundtable held during the Forum on the management of all risk claims for new constructions in Latin America.
RTS, the loss adjustment and appraisal office with more than 15 years’ presence in Portugal and Latin America and more than 27 Years’ experience providing services to the insurance market, will be participating in the 2016 Latin American Claims (re) Insurance Forum, a unique and exclusive event for professional promotion and the generation of new contacts, leads, and professional relationships with the Insurance market, which will be taking place in Miami from 16 to 19 May 2016.
Sancho Acevedo, the RTS Director for Luso (Brazil, Portugal and other markets), along with his team of professionals, will be representing the company and providing information at the company’s stand for all visitor interested in the services and scale of Grupo RTS.
Grupo RTS employs numerous experts specialising in industrial risks, including energy and construction, sectors that will play a central role at this year’s event.
In fact, Acevedo will be participating in a roundtable “Recent Construction All Risks Claims in the Region: Design and DSU aspects – 4G projects”, programmed for Tuesday 17 May 2016.
The Latin American Claims (re) Insurance Forum, which takes place over 3 days, has a tight agenda with cooperative workshops and sessions, and forums for exchanging knowledge and different experiences.
The Forum is positioned as a high-level industry event in which international key players and experts, from London and Latin America among other countries, will be analysing the main questions and developments affecting claims and reinsurance in Latin America and the Caribbean today. Likewise, leading industry professionals will be analysing case studies and complex aspects of the sector, with a pragmatic approach and with a view to fostering debate and analysis in small groups.