TT Club's Latin America Conference
In June TT Club hosted a 3 day conference in Miami to educate brokers, claims correspondents, lawyers and surveyors from Central and South America on the Club and its covers.
Seminars were conducted in both English and Spanish to 50 participants from 13 countries.
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