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Mutual Insurers Form Tight Bonds With Reinsurers

Insurers and reinsurers at the Meeting of Reinsurance Officials in Montreal said mutual insurers lack stock companies' range of access to capital sources, which is why many look to reinsurers for help with capital and expertise.

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