Professor Oliver Brand Elected to the Presidential Council of the International Association for Insurance Law

At the XVI World Congress of Insurance Law in Melbourne, Australia, Professor Oliver Brand, holder of the chair of Private Law, Insurance Law, Business Law and Comparative Law, was elected to the Presidential Council, the highest decision-making body of the International Association for Insurance Law (Association Internationale de Droit de Assurance – AIDA). The Presidential Council consists of a maximum of 32 (currently 25) standing members and decides on the academic program of the International Association for Insurance Law. At the same time, Professor Brand was appointed to AIDA Europe's committee. Together with his colleagues from Europe, he will work on the design of health insurance policies in times of demographic change.

AIDA was founded in 1960 and has more than 10,000 members worldwide in academia and practice. The goal is to initiate and support political reform processes, advance the improvement and extension of insurance protection in different legal systems, and to develop new, sustainable ideas for the solution of insurance law issues by exchanging ideas globally.