Is integrated risk financing dead?

Sponsor's statement

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In today’s severely contracted insurance market, with capacity scarce, terms drastically tightened, and multi-year insurance contracts non-existent, many assume that integrated risk financing is a thing of the past. On the contrary, current insurance market conditions have actually made the value proposition of integrated risk structures – their ability to provide long-term, strategic capacity – even more relevant. And demand for integrated structures has never been greater

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