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Conning Estimates $14 to $24 Billion Gap in P/C Reinsurance Recoverables

A growing gap in expectations between cedants and reinsurers may develop into a critical concern for the industry, according to a new study by Conning...
July 20, 2004

A growing gap in expectations between cedants and reinsurers may develop into a critical concern for the industry, according to a new study by Conning Research and Consulting, Inc. Although the expectations gap fits no industry pattern, cedants -- primary insurers that cede underwriting risk or reinsurers who retrocede risk -- are reporting recoverables expectations that are significantly greater than those reported by reinsurers according to Conning. The company's report, "Reinsurance Recoverables: Mind the Gap" is available for sale from Conning Research & Consulting, Inc.

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