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Research design

The data for this global study of the non-life reinsurance sector is unique. It is based on ethnographic observation of reinsurance trading, broking, client meetings and conferences, as well as in-depth interviewing of key participants in the reinsurance industry over three annual cycles from 2009-2012. The data set comprises 837 ethnographic observations and 446 interviews, collected in 22 reinsurance and broking firms and 36 insurance firms across 17 countries and 61 offices in all non-life lines of business. We thank the industry for the generosity and transparency that has made the analysis in this report possible.

 

For more information about the participating organizations in this study, please see the Appendix to the following report: Beyond Borders: Charting the Changing Global Reinsurance Landscape.

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