Reinsurance brokers: Going above and beyond

Seow Kai Lun
August 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Aug2011, p63
Trade Publication
The article presents the views of top brokers Malcolm Steingold and David Phillips regarding the role played by reinsurance brokers on catastrophe losses to regulatory changes. Steingold states that reinsurance intermediaries should increase their value by developing more innovative products and services that are focused on helping clients achieve sustainable growth, continuity and profitability. Phillips added that reinsurance brokers must be able to offer modeling and advisory support.


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