An analysis of primary insurer cash flow indicates that primary insurers are well-prepared to withstand the effects of the global financial catastrophe. For primary insurers, cash peaked at USD90 billion in 2004, and can be expected to exceed USD50 billion in 2008. A lack of cash, it seems, will not be a problem in the near future.
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