VIG Re swoops for Munich Re/Swiss Re veterans amid leadership shakeup and exits
“I have never seen brokers so nervous. The tide has been turning for some time and it is increasingly difficult for them to talk a good story on price, especially on property. They are concerned they will not get deals done—and they will end up with holes in their clients’ coverage.”
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