The record catastrophe losses of 2005 have given actuaries new muscle in setting carrier underwriting policy, said reinsurance experts at an industry educational gathering yesterday.

Speaking at the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters Society reinsurance forum yesterday in Philadelphia, the chief operating officer of a small mutual casualty company said that engineering a major turnaround was not enough to sustain any reinsurance price breaks this year.

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