The Insurer's Point of View

September 2010
Best's Review;Sep2010, Vol. 111 Issue 5, p90
Trade Publication
An interview with insurance experts Allen R. Paksima, Bob Hughes, Ray M. Gilliam, and Joe Hoff. Paksima notes that collaterized mortgage obligations (CMOs) include diverse mortgage-supported pools. Hoff points out that his company North Star Mutual Insurance Co. will write about 210 million dollars in premiums in 2010. Hughes attributes the diverse maturities of his company to CMO portfolio.


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