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Reinsurance Professional's Deskbook, 2022 ed. (co-published by DRI)

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Brand: LegalWorks
Copyright: 2022
ISBN: 9781731920416
Service #: 41504666
Sub #: 41504667
Pages: 614
Shelf Space: 2 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
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Reinsurance Professional's Deskbook, 2022 ed. (co-published by DRI)



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The globalization of the world economy has added complexity to and impacted all stages of the insurance industry. Reinsurance Professional's Deskbook brings clarity to the historical concepts of reinsurance and provides a practical assessment and application of these concepts within the context of this current insurance market.

The deskbook is authored by leading participants in the world of insurance and reinsurance, including insurance industry representatives from various professional organizations. These leaders provide insight into the many issues frequently addressed, arbitrated, and litigated in the current and shifting reinsurance environment, where many traditional reinsurance models and principals are being criticized and commented on by representatives of the insurance industry and financial markets. It has never been more important to have a keen understanding of the traditional insurance and reinsurance concepts, rules, and challenges faced in today's insurance markets.

Through the use of “Practice Pointers,” the authors alert readers to significant reinsurance decisions from the last several years and provide a pragmatic approach to tackling some of the major regulatory, coverage, and claims issues, including:

  • Collection strategies
  • Payment protocols
  • Industry investigation
  • Management of disputes
  • Exhaustion
  • Late notice
  • The relationship of reinsurers and cedents at various stages