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  • The impact of cross-border claims on Solvency II compliance
    The benefits of using one network: profound insight in outstanding liabilities and Solvency-II-specific reporting.
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    The impact of cross-border claims on Solvency II compliance
    The impact of cross-border claims on Solvency II compliance
  • Reducing claim cycle times
    The secret of customer satisfaction and efficiency gains is: reducing claims cycle times. Once you’ve achieved this, you can truly focus on your customer experience strategy. Independent market research has shown that Van Ameyde’s approach to efficiency gains has resulted in improved customer satisfaction and reduced claims costs.
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    Reducing claim cycle times
    Reducing claim cycle times
  • Turning commitment into action
    Our unrivalled network of offices and custom-built IT system ECHO are the backbone of Van Ameyde’s international claims management services. Thanks to our infrastructure, we can provide customised solutions to any of your claims-related challenges, thus effectively turning commitment into action!
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    Turning commitment into action
    Turning commitment into action
  • We are committed
    to improving your claims performance. To be successful in today’s insurance market, insurance providers must accomplish the seemingly impossible task of simultaneously cutting costs, improving customer service and complying with the jumble of national and international regulations, which draws heavily on the insurance provider’s resources. Much comes down to your claims services.
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    We are committed
    We are committed
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News16 October 2014
Tjitze Noorderhaven of EUclaim and Willem van der Hooft of Van Ameyde have signed a contract for dealing with UK passenger claims related to delayed flights. EUclaim and Van Ameyde intend to further develop EUclaim’s activities in Europe.
News9 October 2014
At this year's General Assembly, Rene Gharibeh - managing director of Van Ameyde Austria and Van Ameyde Hungary - was elected a member of the Board of Directors of the Institute for European Traffic Law.