[ree-in-shoo r-uh ns, -shur-]
- the process or business of reinsuring.
Origin of reinsurance
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Examples from the Web for reinsurance
Holidaymakers remain an important part of the local economy, but so too does the insurance and reinsurance business.How John Lennon Rediscovered His Music in Bermuda
November 3, 2013
To begin with, almost all insurers buy insurance of their own, reinsurance, to deal with the biggest risks they face.The Part of Obama's Budget that Could Spark a Trade War
April 15, 2013
While devastating, Sandy is not likely to cripple the insurance or reinsurance industries with massive payouts.The Economic Losses from Superstorm Sandy Continue to Mount
November 1, 2012
Two weeks ago, Munich RE, the German reinsurance giant, released a prescient report.How Much Will Sandy Cost? Ask the Insurers
October 31, 2012
In return, the federal government backstops the firms with payments and reinsurance.The Return of the 'Great American Desert'
August 22, 2012
The aggregate of these sums makes up the "reserve" or reinsurance fund.The Galaxy, June 1877
Contracts of reinsurance are often made by all insurance companies.Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman
Albert Sidney Bolles
Very soon the question arose of the extension of the reinsurance treaty with Russia.The Kaiser's Memoirs
William II, German Emperor
Reinsurance contracts are abrogated unless invasion has made it impossible for the reinsured to find another reinsurer.
Reinsurance treaties are abrogated unless invasion has made it impossible for the reinsured to find another reinsurer.