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Rating analysts at Standard & Poor’s are concerned about loss reserving activities of commercial insurers, and insurance executives are eyeing the same troubling actions, speakers at a recent conference said.

Reacting to those fears, investment analysts and actuaries also gave their take on the property and casualty loss reserving picture last month in Brooklyn, N.Y., during the Standard & Poor’s Insurance 2009 Conference, concluding that while overall reserves are adequate now, the situation bears watching.

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