insurancer

insurancer

(ɪnˈʃʊərənsə)
n
a person who in some way protects something important to another person when that thing is endangered
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The event is estimated to attract more than 150 executives from banks and financial institutions, housing developers and promoters, authorities and officials from municipalities and regional governments from various Latin American countries, as well as Housing Funds and Banks, Savings and credit institutions, Microfinancers, Insurancers, Pension Funds, among others related to the industry.
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