Reinsurers respond to Sept. 11 crisis

Aldred, Carolyn; Zolkos, Rodd
November 2001
Business Insurance;11/5/2001, Vol. 35 Issue 45, p10
Reports the response of the reinsurance industry to terrorist attacks in the United States. Plans to increase profits and implement system transparency; Possibility of altering reinsurance contracts; Increase in property and aviation accounts.


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