Boston–Rating agency scrutiny is currently focused on monoline property-catastrophe reinsurers, but changes to evaluation models they’re introducing could impact the wider insurance industry–even in professional liability lines, experts here said.

In the aftermath of this year’s hurricanes, the rating agencies are going to require more capital from the monoline property writers, said V.J. Dowling of Dowling & Partners, based in Farmington, Conn.

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