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AM Best: Third-Party Capital Expected to Continue to Grow in Reinsurance

Third-party capital, once seen as a threat to the traditional market, is now being embraced, AM Best said during AM Best's 2019 Market Briefing at the 16th Annual Singapore International Reinsurance Conference.

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