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Vol 23 No 3 March/April 2018

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Carter on Reinsurance 5th ed

ISBN13: 9781856096003
Previous Edition ISBN: 1855647923
Published: August 2013
Publisher: Witherby Seamanship International
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback, 2 Volumes in Slipcase
Price: £275.00

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Professor Carter has brought his definitive text on reinsurance right up to date whilst maintaining a historical perspective of the development of reinsurance.

The fifth edition contains the fundamental coverage of reinsurance practice which has made it indispensable among industry professionals. Readers should gain an in depth guide to the methods and practices which are changing the face of reinsurance.

Following the death of Professor Carter in 2012. the fifth edition will stand testament to the expertise, dedication and enthusiasm he bought to a career spanning over 50 years as an insurance practitioner, academic researcher and author, notably in reinsurance and risk management.

Insurance Law
1. The Role and Development of Reinsurance
2. Types of Market
3. Principles and Practice of Reinsurance
4. Legal Principles Applicable to Reinsurance Contracts
5. Forms of Reinsurance
6. The Pricing of Non-life Reinsurance Contracts
7. Facultative Reinsurance
8. Proportional Reinsurance Treaties
9. Non-proportional Treaties
10. Fixing Retentions
11. Property Reinsurance
12. Catastrophe Reinsurance
13. Casualty, Personal Accident and Other Non-marine (Except Property) Reinsurance
14. Marine and Aviation Reinsurance
15. Life Reassurance
16. Finite Risk Reinsurance and Alternative Risk Transfer
17. Technical Accounting
18. Financial Accounting and Management
19. The Management of Reinsurance Operations
20. International Practice and Problems