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All of the 20 or so who underwrite and reinsure K&R have syndicates in Lloyd’s, a marketplace for insurance in London, says Ms Shortland.
Gold was not there any more to reinsure, to protect and to preserve the international balance.
Lloyd’s was given permission to reinsure all the business done on the Continent back to London—a move some other European regulators deemed too risky.
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REINSURE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reinsure for English Language Learners
: to insure (something) again so that the insurance is shared by more than one company
legal Definition of reinsure
- frequently reinsure part of their exposure
- —R. I. Mehr
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