What is MAPFRE Economic Research?
MAPFRE Economic Research was created with the aim of becoming a benchmark in public debates on Insurance and Social Security, Macroeconomics and Finance, and Regulation.
With the creation of its Economic Research in October 2015, MAPFRE wants to contribute to the general economic debate, as well as to discussions related to the financial system, the insurance sector and the framework of prudential regulation.
Thus, the work of MAPFRE’s Economic Research focuses on three areas. One of them is the area of economic and financial analysis through monitoring the main macroeconomic and financial variables, with special emphasis on their impact on the insurance industry. The other one can be seen in carrying out studies regarding sectoral matters including elaboration of research on topics related to insurance, reinsurance and complementary social security, among others. Finally, the third area includes preparation of analysis with respect to the regulation to which financial activities are subject.
The team of the Economic Research
MAPFRE Economic Research organically depends on the First Vice-President. It is composed of a team of researchers and analysts with extensive experience and knowledge in the research areas.