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Venezuela, here represented by capital Caracas, is a growth leader in insurance premiums.(Photo: Guillermo Ramos Flamerich)
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Latin America Insurance: Principal Jumps

Latin America insurance sector grows, with US and Venezuelan insurers leading the way.


US-based Principal has replaced Spain-based Mapfre as Latin America’s third-largest insurer, according to a ranking of the region’s top 100 insurance companies from Latino Insurance. The ranking is based on 2012 premiums.

Brazil’s Bradesco and Itau remain the largest and second-largest insurers.

All in all, Latin American premiums grew by 9.5 percent last year to...

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Company Keywords: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Panama, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.

Country Keywords (story and rankings): ACE, AIG, Allianz, AXA, BBVA, Bradesco, Chubb, Citigroup, Generali, GNP, Hartford, HSBC, ING, Itau, Liberty, Mapfre, Metlife, NYL, Ohio, PALIG, Principal, Prudential, Suramericana, Tokio Marine, Sompo, Zurich-Santander,


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