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What does ICHEIC stand for?

ICHEIC stands for International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims


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Rubin and others like him want to take Generali, based in Trieste, Italy, to court, but a 1998 agreement brokered in part by Clinton administration Deputy Treasury Secretary Stuart Eizenstat which created the International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims (ICHEIC), makes it nearly impossible for them to win.
In addition to her responsibilities as a member of the Governor's Cabinet, is chair of the Financial Committee and vice chair of the International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims, Board member since 2002 of the National Insurance Producer Registry, chair of the Interstate Insurance Product Commission and board member for the Center for Ethics in Financial Education of The American College.
In more recent years, AJC has been an official observer of the International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims and an active participant in the various discussions and negotiating efforts to secure the restitution of former Jewish communal and private property.
The permanent extension was supported by the American Jewish Committee, the Anti-Defamation League, B'nai B'rith International, the Conference of Jewish Material Claims, the International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims, the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, the American Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors, and the Jewish Council for Public Affairs.
Defendants had sought dismissal of the Holocaust-era insurance litigation on the grounds that a private commission -- known as the International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims (ICHEIC) -- was established by several European insurance companies, governmental entities, and non-governmental organizations ostensibly to resolve unpaid Holocaust-era insurance claims, and on the ground that courts of European countries in which the policies were issued could be used to resolve claims.