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The market will likely show more discipline in the forthcoming renewals as reinsurers feel the pain of series of catastrophe losses this year, which have hit the half-year results of many, Nick Orton, underwriter, international, Hiscox Re, told Baden-Baden Today.
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Hiscox Re, Asia-Pacific, Nick Orton, Insurance, Reinsurance, Catastrophe, Risk management, Results, Property, Casualty, Baden-Baden 2016, Europe