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New Helvetia offices in Miami

Helvetia’s sales office in Miami has moved into new premises and simultaneously celebrated its seventh anniversary.

Ricardo Garcia Lopez - Head Helvetia Latin America, Oscar Treceno - Head Engineering & Energy Helvetia

New Helvetia offices in Miami
Lighter and more spacious: the new offices in Miami

Helvetia’s Miami employees were recently able to move into new office premises. The offices are nicer and more spacious, providing the perfect conditions for welcoming customers. Thus, they tally with the ambitions that Helvetia has for the Latin American market.

The move wasn’t the only cause for delight: the sales office in Miami is also celebrating its seventh anniversary. The new offices were officially opened as part of the traditional cocktail evening for customers and partners in the presence of Philipp Gmür, Helvetia Group CEO.

Specialty Lines for Central and South America

The sales office in Miami serves as the support base for tapping into the growing insurance market in Central and South America. Helvetia offers the Specialty Lines Engineering, Transport and Art here. The increasing significance of commodities in particular provides good prospects in technical and transport insurance.

Upswing in Latin American countries

Although the economy in Latin American has tended to stagnate in recent years, it is currently experiencing an upswing. This creates new opportunities – including for the insurance industry. Helvetia is well equipped to take advantage of such opportunities and has always achieved positive results even in the previous years of stagnation, impressing customers with good services.