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The number of fronting carriers has dwindled in the last few years as “amateurs” have exited the market or gone out of business. This has happened concurrently with a greater rush to self-insured retentions and captives, so buyers will continue to see a firm fronting market.

“There is a stronger need for risk retention by risk managers, and theres a stronger need for fronting” given the current hard market conditions, said Chuck Dangelo, president of American International Groups Global Risk Management division in New York.

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