The growing use of economic capital models by cedants to help structure their reinsurance programmes has led to many increasing their retentions – a phenomenon that is almost paradoxical at a time when reinsurance is relatively cheap.
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ECMs, Cedants, Retentions, Reinsurance, Andreas Molck-Ude, New Re