Euler Hermes Reinsurance has de-risked its portfolio in the last 24 months in a bid to enhance its profitability. It has reduced its total exposure by around 4 percent as a result, to €860 billion ($966 billion) from €890 billion ($1,000 billion) previously, Benoît des Cressonnières, chief executive officer of Euler Hermes, told Monte Carlo Today.
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Euler Hermes Reinsurance, Benoît des Cressonnières, Insurance, Reinsurance, Risk management, Monte Carlo Rendez-Vous 2016