One of the clear strengths of Reinsuring
Health is its description of how the population of Americans without health care in 1979 is radically different from the uninsured population today.
The market for reinsuring
guarantees remains tight, says Ari Lindner, senior vice president and chief life officer with Ace Tempest Life Reinsurance Ltd.
in-force business is a strategy adopted by demutualizing companies to more accurately project earnings, he said.
renamed Cragwood Managers LLC, was the managing general underwriter in reinsuring
the business on behalf of several reinsurers in a pool.
brokering, insuring or reinsuring
a property insurance policy written for an international hotel chain that covers hotels in targeted countries; and
Under the terms of the acquisition, The Omaha Indemnity Company (OIC), an affiliate of Mutual of Omaha, has agreed to assume all obligations of OPAC prior to its acquisition by Beazley including reinsuring
OPAC's historical business on a 100% quota share basis.
The claims in question stem from a period during which Lloyd's was reinsuring
companies that manufactured or otherwise used asbestos in ways that exposed employees to its ill effects.
The companies that constitute the current Radian Asset have been reinsuring
trade credit and surety transactions since 1989.
Raising external capital, reinsuring
various lines of business, and selling certain lines of business are included among these strategic options.
In addition to issuing and reinsuring
provider excess loss insurance, First Standard has entered into reinsurance treaties with Standard Security Life Insurance Company of New York ("Standard Security"), rated A (Excellent) by Best, and Madison National Life Insurance Company, Inc.
NANI will facilitate the expansion of the group's insurance products and services outside of California by reinsuring
the business of its affiliate, ANI-RRG.