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R+V's Beckmann: Interest Rate Movement Could Impact Reinsurance Rates

Andreas Beckmann, chief underwriting officer, R+V Versicherung, said reinsurers and investors are operating on low margins, which means a rise in interest rates gives them little room to hold pricing at current low rates.

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