Company name: Caisse Centrale de Réassurance
Public limited company with share capital of: €60,000,000 Paris B Trade and Companies Register no. 388 202 533
Registered office: 157, boulevard Haussmann, 75008 Paris
Telephone: 01 44 35 31 00
Legal representative: Mr Bertrand LABILLOY, Chief Executive Officer
Director of publication: Mr Bertrand LABILLOY, Chief Executive Officer
Design, production and development: CCR
SIRET number : 388 202 533 00021
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