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What was the earliest form of reinsurance?

What was the earliest form of reinsurance?

A – Catastrophe excess of loss

B – Facultative

C – Quota share treaty

D – Surplus treaty


Answer:

B: Facultative reinsurance. The market then developed into areas such as treaty reinsurance.

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