Re/insurers would need to review contracts and the wordings around policies if Scotland votes to become an independent country this Thursday (September 18), a specialist re/insurance lawyer has warned. But Scotland could also use its fiscal autonomy to become a centre for captive insurance and financial reinsurance in the long term.
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