International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI)
German insurers initiated the establishment of the International Union of Marine Insurance in 1870. The IUMI was established 8 January 1874 in Berlin by insurance companies of Austria, Germany, Russia and Sweden. During the first period of its activities (approximately until 1923) it comprised 13–22 companies.
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