Credit where credit's due

For the credit insurance industry, the past three years have seen unprecedented economic and political difficulties, affecting claims and loss ratios. A stock market in the doldrums has devalued investments and threatened financial stability, making it difficult to cement reinsurance contracts.

The broker channel is starting to appear increasingly unattractive to some of the major credit insurance providers, with some high-profile figures in the industry apparently wondering whether a direct

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