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Willis Re's Swindell: Mutuals Should Distinguish Between Long- and Short-Term Reinsurance Players

Robin Swindell, executive vice president, Willis Re, said the influx of capital into the reinsurance sector means that insurers may be tempted to go with short-term reinsurance solutions when other arrangements would serve them better.

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