Who owns General Reinsurance?

Who owns General Reinsurance?

Berkshire HathawayGen Re / Parent organization
General Re®, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., is the holding company for global reinsurance and related operations.

What does Gen Re do?

Gen Re delivers reinsurance solutions to the Life/Health and Property/Casualty insurance industries. We work closely with our clients to understand their strategic and operational goals, offering a wide range of products, tools and resources that aim to promote our clients’ ongoing growth and success.

Is Gen Re publicly traded?

General Re Corporation is the holding company for Gen Re’s global reinsurance and related operations. It owns General Reinsurance Corporation, General Re Life Corporation and General Reinsurance AG, the direct reinsurers which conduct business as Gen Re….Gen Re.

Type Subsidiary
Parent Berkshire Hathaway
Website www.genre.com

What do reinsurance underwriters do?

Its underwriters can analyze and make decisions on new products, policy wordings, etc. more rapidly than larger competitors, as there aren’t as many layers of management to go through before a decision is reached. This approach combines basic underwriting with a strong dose of risk management.

What is a reinsurance contract called?

Reinsurance is also known as insurance for insurers or stop-loss insurance. Reinsurance is the practice whereby insurers transfer portions of their risk portfolios to other parties by some form of agreement to reduce the likelihood of paying a large obligation resulting from an insurance claim.

When did Berkshire buy Gen Re?

Omaha, Nebraska and Stamford, Connecticut, June 19, 1998 — Berkshire Hathaway Inc. and General Re Corporation announced today that they have reached a definitive agreement to merge.

What is the plural of genre?

genre /ˈʒɑːnrə/ noun. plural genres.