The combination of a more active hurricane season in North America turning pricing in the market and the ceasing of quantitative easing in the US and Europe could trigger an end to the declining profitability of property/casualty reinsurance business, according to Denis Kessler, the chief executive of SCOR.
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Monte Carlo, Hurricane losses, SCOR, Denis Kessler, Reinsurance, US, Europe, North America