Ruediger Reissaus and Achim Wambach, economics professors at the University of Erlangen-Nuernberg in Germany, presented research on the demand for reinsurance in the German and European markets at the inaugural meeting of the World Risk and Insurance Economics Congress in Salt Lake City.
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Speaking at the inaugural meeting of the World Risk and Insurance Economics Congress in Salt Lake City, Christian Thomann, economics professor at the University of Hannover in Germany, said the necessity for terrorism coverage was reinforced by the series of bombings in London and Madrid since the Sept.
At the inaugural meeting of the World Risk and Insurance Economics Congress, regulators from several countries discussed issues of capital adequacy and finance, and the critical role of regulation in ensuring the strength of insurers.