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What I find interesting is that WEB dedicated a fair bit of discussion to auto policies and BRK's minimal exposure to commercial policies, but didn't say a thing about GenRe. Who the hell knows what GenRe might have re-insured?

Lloyd's has come out with a British-centric view that there could be large claims, which might be true if British insurers used language in their policies which is not air-tight. But, outside of Lloyds, which re-insurers are exposed to primary British insurers?

Perhaps the "good news" in this is that, given the inevitable litigation, the re-insurers might have 5 or 10 years before they are actually forced to cut a cheque.

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