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provide additional insurance for

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insure again by transferring to another insurance company all or a part of a liability assumed

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insure again by assuming all or a part of the liability of an insurance company already covering a risk

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Reinsurers must address not only the text of such clauses but must also consider if the law governing the reinsurance will give effect to them.
Earnings volatility, the threat that reinsurers remove from their clients, is the bete noire of the business community.
A second, non-collateralized reinsurer formed by Citadel, New Castle Reinsurance Co Ltd, in 2005 will remain open, the source said.
However, reinsurance premiums paid by the captive to a foreign reinsurer would be subject to the FET.
Hard market pricing combined with the large number of reinsurer downgrades has given many buyers pause when selecting reinsurance partners.
The reinsurers did not respond Wednesday to a request for comment on the suit.
Three reinsurers in the group -- Endurance Reinsurance Corp.
This would typically be done through face-to-face meetings between the reinsurer and the primary company's engineering, underwriting and claims professionals.
income tax treaties exempt policies issued by a foreign insurer or reinsurer from the tax if they meet certain requirements.
Risk managers may gain access to reinsurers by working through organizations with existing reinsurer relationships, such as insurance companies or reinsurance brokers.
While both insurers and reinsurers will probably see regulatory capital levels rise, Simmons said reinsurers have already addressed capital levels for rating-agency purposes, so he wouldn't expect a reinsurer of any size to be significantly challenged by Solvency II's regulations.
Unfortunately, you may sign a contract with a seemingly healthy reinsurer today only to find out tomorrow that it has spun off a group of assets, including your contract.
With facultative reinsurance, an insurer cedes to the reinsurer part or all of the risk under a specified policy.
Mounis will bring almost 30 years of international reinsurance expertise to the company's European operations, having served in senior management posts with France's largest reinsurer.