7th Asia Motor Insurance and Claims Management Conference

June 26-27, 2019 | Thailand

Consumer Automotive Financial Services in Thailand investigates the market for automotive financial services linked to sales of new and used passenger cars and light commercial vehicles (LCVs) to individual buyers in Thailand. In addition to analysing the market for finance and leasing services, the study also covers creditor insurance, motor insurance, road assistance, extended warranties and prepaid service contracts plus GAP insurance.

Spotlight

The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season is already one of the most devastating in history. In late August, Harvey struck at the heart of Houston, Texas, and dropped 51.88 inches of rainfall in Texas, the highest rainfall total to date for any Atlantic tropical cyclone in the United States and the fifth highest rainfall total for a tropical cyclone in the Atlantic basin. Irma followed closely on Harvey’s heels in early September. Irma clocked the strongest wind speed of any hurricane to form in the Atlantic in more than a decade, wreaked havoc in the Caribbean, the Florida Keys, and up the Florida peninsula. Storm surge affected many areas in the southeastern United States including Jacksonville, Savannah, and portions of South Carolina. Jose brought tropical storm winds to lower New England and high surf along much of the Atlantic. Maria hammered Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, and headed westward. These storms have already caused loss of life, destruction, and dislocation on a massive scale.


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The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season is already one of the most devastating in history. In late August, Harvey struck at the heart of Houston, Texas, and dropped 51.88 inches of rainfall in Texas, the highest rainfall total to date for any Atlantic tropical cyclone in the United States and the fifth highest rainfall total for a tropical cyclone in the Atlantic basin. Irma followed closely on Harvey’s heels in early September. Irma clocked the strongest wind speed of any hurricane to form in the Atlantic in more than a decade, wreaked havoc in the Caribbean, the Florida Keys, and up the Florida peninsula. Storm surge affected many areas in the southeastern United States including Jacksonville, Savannah, and portions of South Carolina. Jose brought tropical storm winds to lower New England and high surf along much of the Atlantic. Maria hammered Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, and headed westward. These storms have already caused loss of life, destruction, and dislocation on a massive scale.

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