- 01 May 2014 11:28
- by Chris Crowe
Latin America has new frontier status for the insurance sector, but the region’s renowned volatility is always a concern
Bristol-based DAC Beachcroft insurance partner David Pollitt is a regular visitor to Miami. But while tourists may be lured by the tropical climate and art deco architecture, his frequent trips from West Country to East Coast are all about his practice. The emergence of Miami as an operational and service centre for Latin America means its importance to major international insurance players cannot be underestimated.
- 01 May 2014 11:09
- by Legal Business
As Latin America increasingly becomes a global economic force, the role of the in-house lawyer in the region has evolved to produce some of the most impressive names in the legal industry.
Below are selected highlights taken from the debut edition of The Legal 500’s Corporate Counsel 100: Latin America, which identifies an array of the region’s most influential in-house counsel.
- 01 May 2013 14:43
- by David Stevenson
Latin America’s much-heralded rise took a pause in 2012 as Brazil slowed its rapid expansion and countries like Chile and Colombia came to the fore. Legal Business reports on the changing order in one of the most-touted global regions
After so much talk of the rise of Latin America since the 2008 banking crisis gripped Western economies, there is no doubt that 2012 felt like something of a disappointment.