Swiss Re posted solid profits in the first quarter of 2014 and grew its property/casualty reinsurance book by almost 8 percent. But it also noted that it has been readjusting its portfolio towards casualty and away from increasingly competitive catastrophe business.
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Swiss Re, Europe, First Quarter 2014 Results, Michel Liès, David Cole