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Bishop Auckland,
Co. Durham,
DL13 1PU.

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1.1 Introduction to Non-Marine Reinsurance Short course

A one day course providing an introduction to the main types of reinsurance available. It will discuss and analyse the technical and legal principles involved, and illustrate their practical application through simple worked exercises.

What is reinsurance? Definitions
Purposes of reinsurance
The basic types (facultative & treaty) and methods (proportional and excess of loss) of reinsurance
Origins and history
Legal bases of reinsurance
Proportional (quota share & surplus): structure and operation, basic accounting (earned: written; underwriting year: year of account), claims
Excess of loss: structure and operation, per risk and per event/catastrophe covers, working and upper layers, problems of definition - key clauses(occurrence, hours clause, etc.), introduction to rating methods, reinstatements
Comparison and differences between proportional and excess of loss - advantages and disadvantages

Learning Outcomes
On completion of the course delegates will understand the function, principles and practice of reinsurance.

Intended Audience
The course will be appropriate for those who are new to reinsurance or who are involved in direct insurance and require a working knowledge of the principles and practice of reinsurance.

An interactive presentation including lecture and worked exercises on both proportional and excess of loss reinsurance.

One day.

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