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Reinsurance collectibility problems continue07 February 2005 - By Brian Z. Brown and Lori E. Julga - Article

Milliman Published Articles [Click here and type footer] REINSURANCE COLLECTIBILITY PROBLEMS CONTINUE by: Brian Z. Brown and Lori E. Julga First published in National Underwriter on February 7, 2005 For some of the largest ceding companies, reinsurance collectibility problems continue to be an issue. Although the amou

Reinsurance carriers expected to play smaller role In future asbestos losses01 May 2004 - By Brian Z. Brown and Claus Metzner - Article

Milliman Published Articles REINSURANCE CARRIERS EXPECTED TO PLAY SMALLER ROLE IN FUTURE ASBESTOS LOSSES by Brian Z. Brown and Claus S. Metzner First published in National Underwriter on May 10, 2004. Insurers are continuing to increase their reserves for asbestos liabilities, both gross and ceded reserves. As we obse

Rising disputes may affect balance sheets01 July 2003 - By Brian Z. Brown and Lori E. Julga - Article

Milliman Published Articles RISING DISPUTES MAY AFFECT BALANCE SHEETS by Brian Z. Brown and Lori E. Julga First published in National Underwriter on July 7, 2003 We are all aware of the effect if the extended soft market on the direct profitability of insurance companies. Less well-understood is the possible impact of

Trouble continues to plague the worker’s compensation reinsurance market15 July 2002 - By Brian Z. Brown - Article

Milliman Published Articles TROUBLE CONTINUES TO PLAGUE THE WORKER’S COMPENSATION REINSURANCE MARKET by Brian Brown First published in National Underwriter on July 15, 2002 As 2000 ended, the outlook for the 2001 worker’s compensation reinsurance market appeared positive. Several major worker’s compensation writers we


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