An Asian broker's perspective: Underwriting, underwriting, underwriting

Bilney, Philip
September 2010
Asia Insurance Review;Sep2010, p64
Trade Publication
The article discusses the author's views on risk management in underwriting for the Asian marine insurance. He muses on the initiative of insurers to seek for universal rate hikes, higher deductions, and self-insurance retentions. The author believes that Asia's economy is recovering quickly than all other markets across the globe because the assureds are operating in a maturing world while lowering their associated risks.


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