Munich Re will continue to reduce its participation or walk away completely from transactional reinsurance business that it regards as under-priced in favour of doing bigger, bespoke, individual deals with clients—an area where it has enjoyed growth in recent years, Ludger Arnoldussen, member of the management board at Munich Re with responsibility for Germany, Asia Pacific and Africa Division, told Baden-Baden Today.
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Munich Re, Ludger Arnoldussen, Europe, Baden-Baden 2016, Insurance, Reinsurance, Asia-Pacific, Solvency II, Risk management