Insurer stability seen tied to Superfund reform

Howard, Lisa S.
May 1994
National Underwriter / Property & Casualty Risk & Benefits Manag;5/9/94, Vol. 98 Issue 19, p29
Reports that insurer stability is tied to Superfund reform, according to Stephen Merrett, an official in the Lloyds' market. Warning that some insurers involved in casualty underwriting may become insolvent with the absence of reform; SEC's pressuring of corporations to establish reserves for companies' Superfund exposure; Pressures of the Superfund to insurers.


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