Today's Viewpoint: A MarshBerry Publication

Impact Of Reinsurance Markets

An interview with David Paul, Principal – ALIRT Insurance Research

In Today’s ViewPoint, watch Gerard Vecchio, Managing Director – MarshBerry, continue his conversation with David Paul, Principal – ALIRT Insurance Research.

Their discussion this week digs into the impact of the reinsurance markets on the overall primary markets and primary capacity. Historically, the Property & Casualty industry is driven by reinsurance capacity and reinsurance pricing. Today is no different.

Watch now to see what ALIRT is seeing in the statutory marketplace with regard to reinsurers.

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