The Class of 2005 Grows Up

Green, Meg
June 2010
Best's Review;Jun2010, Vol. 111 Issue 2, p40
Trade Publication
The article features insurers and reinsurers that formed after the hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Wilma in the U.S. They include Amlin Bermuda, Harbor, Point Re Group, and Omega Specialty Insurance Co. Moreover, it states that these insurers and reinsurers have been successful in providing insurance coverage to disaster victims.


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