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Readings in Reinsurance Issues and Developments

Readings in Reinsurance Issues and Developments
ARe 145
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Understand how reinsurance concepts directly apply to our industry.

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This is an online readings-based course intended to expand students’ knowledge of reinsurance concepts. There are no textbooks or course guides for ARe 145, but instead, students will select relevant articles that they wish to read from The Institutes’ online database.

Some articles are current, while others may have older publication dates but still cover relevant topics that are either applicable today or can provide valuable lessons learned. At the end of each article, students will answer multiple-choice questions to validate their understanding of the reading and track their progress.

Students have one year to accumulate 150 total points to fulfill the course requirement. 

Course Level

Intermediate

Suggested Self-Study Time

4-6 weeks

Languages

English

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There are no textbooks or course guides for ARe 145

Bottom-Line Benefits

Enhance your professional image.

Gain a broader understanding of technical reinsurance knowledge by examining an array of topics from relevant industry publications.

Demonstrate your value to your organization.

Set yourself apart as a dedicated professional by staying up-to-date on industry hot topics and trends through your study of contemporary articles.

Effectively apply best practices to your everyday work.

Enhance your efficiency through your study of both past and current industry articles and white papers.

“The ARe designation provides a solid foundation for those entering or interested in the reinsurance field..."


David Stewart, CPCU, AAI, ARe, RPLU

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