Late reinsurance renewal sees reinsurers gain, but by less than hoped
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Late reinsurance renewal sees reinsurers gain, but by less than hoped

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With the dust still settling on the January reinsurance renewals, it is clear in many cases that pricing, terms and conditions across both US-based property and casualty deals improved for reinsurers, but underwriters have still come away disappointed that gains in property weren’t greater, and improvements in long-tail lines largely center on better underlying portfolio performance.

The property renewal lived up to predictions that it would be tough, with new and loss-hit programs needing extra effort to source capacity, whether in the form of private deals and amended structures or by tightening coverage terms and...

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