Though insurers are ceding more of their premium than they were ten years ago, reinsurers have not necessarily benefited because more risk is being assumed by non-traditional risk bearing entities in various forms, according to research by Conning.
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Conning, Insurance, Reinsurance, Risk, Property and casualty, US, Matt Sternat, North America