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AM Best's Seydoux: German Life Sector Burdened by Product Commitments, Reserving

Martina Seydoux, financial analyst, AM Best, said German life insurers are squeezed by commitments to products that require higher margins, although amended regulations will require them to reserve less against prolonged low interest rates.

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