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Our extensive catalog of publications covers all the different areas of knowledge that interest us: insurance, art, history, health, accident prevention, social action and road safety.

We publish around 130 new publications every year in different formats and languages. Take a look at some of our most notable publications.

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Nicholas Nixon

Nicholas Nixon

The catalogue published on the occasion of the exhibition has essays by Sebatian Smee, art critic and Pulitzer Prize winner, and Carlos Gollonet, curator of the show and photography conservator at Fundación MAPFRE. You will also find an in-depth interview with the artist and a chronology by Carlos Martin. The English version is a co-edition by Fundación MPAFRE and Kehrer Verlag.

Economic and industry outlook 201: forecasts update as of Q3 2017

Economic and industry outlook 2017: forecasts update as of Q3 2017

This document offers MAPFRE Economic Research’s vision on the expected economic and sector outlook for 2017 / 2018. The issue focuses on the normalization process of global monetary policies, policy and political developments in the USA and the real side impact of politics in Europe and Latin America. In addition, the report also reviews how global imbalances evolve as to cast and render them into the our forecasts. Forecast figures of this report have been updated as of July 17th 2017.

The contribution to road safety of monitoring compliance with traffic regulations

The contribution to road safety of monitoring compliance with traffic regulations

Fundación MAPFRE presents this report with the objective of showing the impact of the measures and actions taken by the Traffic Group of the Guardia Civil on Spanish roads and how they have influenced the reduction in fatal traffic accidents.

The Spanish Insurance Market in 2016

The Spanish Insurance Market in 2016

The report analyzes the Spanish insurance market in 2016 and its economic context. The improvement in domestic and corporate consumption led to growth across all lines of the insurance market, with an increase in aggregate premiums of 12.4%. Life insurance stood out, helped by the low or non-existent returns on the deposits of credit institutions. This period is characterized by improved profitability and, in general, high levels of solvency in the Spanish insurance sector under the new Solvency II metric.