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Andreas Tesch re-elected President of ICISA

The members of the International Credit Insurance & Surety Association (ICISA) re-elected Andreas Tesch, Chief Market Officer of Atradius N.V., to the position of President of ICISA for 2015 / 2016. In 2014 trade credit premiums of ICISA members increased 2.95% while insured exposure grew 11.9%. (ICISA members account for 95% of trade credit insurance worldwide) Mr. Tesch noted; “The ... Read More »

Andreas Tesch, the New President of ICISA Targets SME Sector

In an exclusive interview with Global Trade Review (GTR), the new International Credit Insurance & Surety Association (ICISA) president Andreas Tesch has singled out SME finance and stronger association links as key aims moving forwards. In his first interview as president of ICISA, Tesch spoke to GTR about the association’s goals and ambitions, and also his personal view of the industry, with ... Read More »

Credit Insurance: Trade Environment Improved, but Certain Risks Threat to Recovery

The members of the International Credit Insurance & Surety Association (ICISA) met in Hamburg for their 72nd Annual General Meeting to share and discuss market and industry developments. The economic environment continuous to improve, but it is acknowledged that there are still risks threatening the recovery, such as lack of adequate SME financing, continued high sovereign debt levels and political ... Read More »

FCIB Munich Conference:  Transparency Increasing but Risk Remains

FCIB hosted its annual International Credit & Risk Management Summit on May 11-13, offering global credit professionals a rich opportunity to hone their international risk management skills and build their professional networks.  From shifts in global economies to especially pertinent regulatory compliance issues to detailed contract negotiation practices, the event provided attendees with a master class in how to manage credit in ... Read More »

Risk Climate: Credit Insurance Industry Expresses Positive Outlook for 2014

The members of the International Credit Insurance & Surety Association (ICISA) reported member new business growth in 2013 was negatively influenced by the ongoing economic and political conditions in parts of the world.  ICISA members however expect an overall positive growth outlook for 2014. The claims picture in 2013 differs per country with average claims size decreasing in Western Europe, ... Read More »

Credit Insurance Rebounds as Companies Seek To Lay Off Risk in Uncertain Times

‘In times of increasing insolvencies, more companies value trade credit insurance as effective management and risk control tools’ ‘Pre-qualification vetting of contractors reduces project disruptions and saves costs for surety bond beneficiaries’ Trade credit insurance insured exposure increased by 4.4% to € 1.92 trillion (2011: € 1.84 trillion) Premium increased by 3% to € 6.14 billion (2011: € 5.96 billion) ... Read More »