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Thompson Heath & Bond an AmWins Group Company

Recently rebranded AmWins Global Risks – formerly THB – is a London-based specialist international (re)insurance broker and risk management group.  They run one of the largest and most successful Lloyd’s broker operations in the specialty market sector. Through their global platform of owned offices, network partnerships and local expertise, AmWins Global Risks has clients, markets and spheres of interest on every continent. As part of AmWins Group Company, the largest wholesale broker in the United States, they have the commercial and intellectual resources required to meet the most exacting demands of clients around the world. Most importantly, AmWins Global Risks embodies the values of integrity and entrepreneurialism on which our company was built upon. All international operations across Latam and Asia have retained the THB brand, an AmWins Group Company.

Brieff summary

  • Special Risks Consultants S.A. (SRC Re) was founded in 1999, representing London Special Risks, a Lloyd’s Broker.
  • Shareholders: Verónica Dannemann and Rodrigo Dodd.
  • Offices located in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina. 
  • Multi-line reinsurance broker specializing in Financial Lines, Property & Casualty, Energy, Accidents and Health & Life. 
  • Additional services: Reinsurance portfolio administration and underwriting authority.
  • Regional presence in Latin America with license to operate in Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia and Ecuador. 
  • Team of 18 employees. 
  • Strategic Reinsurance Consulting S.A. established for Reinsurance Brokerage in the year 2015 in Uruguay.
  • International strategic partner since 2014: THB Lloyd’s Brokers, which is part of AmWins Group, USA. 
  • Reinsurance Software developed in-house, on web technologies, and based on more than 20 years of know-how in the activity and complex procedures previously written.
  • Cloud company since 2018. We can work remotely from anywhere in the world.
  • Purpose: We help companies transfer their risks by offering the best protection alternatives, providing certainty in the face of uncertainty, and granting financial compensation in the event of a loss. 
  • Values: Integrity, Efficiency, Innovation, Empowerment and Flexibility.

Regulatory Agencies

Superintendencia de Seguros de la Nación SSN Argentina |


Autoridad de Fiscalización y Control de Pensión y Seguros APS Bolivia


Banco Central de Paraguay |


Banco Central del Uruguay |


Superintendencia de Compañías, Valores y Seguros Ecuador |

SSN Argentina

National Superintendence of Insurance

The National Superintendence of Insurance (SSN) is a decentralized public entity dependent on the Ministry of Economy and Production. Its main purpose is to supervise the insurance and reinsurance entities in Argentina in order to guarantee a solvent, stable, and efficient market that protects the interests of the insured. 

Furthermore, the National Superintendence of Insurance grants authorizations for the operation of new entities and ensures the proper compliance with current norms and regulations. It is also responsible for conducting market surveys, evaluations, control and inspection of insurance carriers, and for providing information and advice to the insured. 


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The origins of the Superintendence go back to the 18th century in Buenos Aires, at which time and place the first insurance agencies of both Spanish and English descent were settled alongside the Río de La Plata. As the Spanish Viceroyalty expanded, a Royal Consulate was formed in 1974 in order to promote the growth of the insurance activity. It was only by the 19th century that the real need for a regulatory framework became evident due to the increasing complexity of the industry. By March 1890, a group of corporate inspectors began overseeing the administrative tasks performed by insurance companies. This group performed inspections until 1897, the year in which the General Corporate Inspections was established. This entity later became the existing General Inspection of Justice. In the 20th century, the national government decided to exercise a more protectionist role and thus gave birth to the Superintendence of Insurance by Decree Number 108.295 in June 1937. The entity formally started operating in 1938. 


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