A decrease in Allianz’s exposure to US risks, combined with its steady use of capital markets risk transfer tools for those perils, means the insurer is finding it increasingly difficult to keep its traditional reinsurance partners happy in this market, according to Wolfgang Wopperer, global head of retrocession business at Allianz Re, which is responsible for the group’s retrocession portfolio.
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Allianz, Wolfgang Wopperer, Allianz Re, Europe, North America, Baden-Baden 2014