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    Roundtable 4

    2007-06-08T00:00:00Z

    Nick Stimpson: The consolidation side of it is an inevitable consequence of a developing and evolving market in a sense. With products being as they are in the market, I think there will be more consolidation over time because I suspect that pressures will be brought to bear on them. It will be

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    Roundtable Part 3

    2007-06-08T00:00:00Z

    Tom Riddell:?There are two ways to look at it though. I do not believe schemes are the solution for companies with a really high credit rating and a direct book. I think schemes are fine for reinsurance books, and for companies with a low credit rating. Schemes are something which the creditor base

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    Roundtable Part 2

    2007-06-08T00:00:00Z

    Maik Wandres: I agree. I do not see anything wrong with it. I would almost call it “capital recycling” because that will certainly be an issue and come to people’s attention under Solvency II by 2010. In the UK, the individual capital adequacy standards have had a big impact in boardrooms over the

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    Roundtable Part 1

    2007-06-08T00:00:00Z

    Rhydian Williams: Good morning and welcome to the Global Reinsurance London Market Run-off Roundtable. Certainly, run-off’s profile today is bigger than ten years ago. It is clearly in the market and growing. Is it expanding, or is it simply that the boundaries are being redefined? If it is