The Geneva Association publishes eight different newsletters:
Insurance Economics – This newsletter for risk and insurance economists which was first published in November 1974 as an Information Bulletin of the European Group of Risk and Insurance Economists (EGRIE) serves as an information and liaison bulletin to promote contacts between economists at universities and in insurance and financial services companies with an interest in risk and insurance economics.
Risk Management – In 1975, The Geneva Association made the first survey of risk management practices within the European manufacturing industry. Since then, risk management has been one of the main lines of its research programme. The newsletter, which has been published since June 1984, summarises The Geneva Association initiatives in the field: it is open to contributions from any institution or company wishing to exchange information.
Life and Pensions (formerly Four Pillars) – The newsletter of the Research Programme on Social Security, Insurance, Savings and Employment was initiated in 1985, and provides information on research and publications in this area. It also covers themes linked to the life insurance sector.
PROGRES means to contribute to the exchange of information on studies and initiatives aimed at better understanding the challenges arising in the fields of insurance regulation, supervision as well as other legal aspects.
Health and Ageing – Linked to the research programme on health issues and productive ageing, this newsletter seeks to bring together facts and figures linked to issues in health, and to try to find solutions for the future financing of health and the role that insurance solutions can play in them. It has been published since March 2000.
Insurance and Finance – The newsletter addresses research activities un the fields of finance where they are relevant to the insurance and risk management sector.
World Fire Statistics – Published annually, this newsletter presents statistics on national fire costs from over 20 leading countries in an effort to persuade governments to adopt strategies aimed at reducing the cost of fire. It has been published since March 1984.
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