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Paula Jarzabkowski, Professor at Aston Business School.

Reinsurance brokers can no longer rely on the traditional means of commission compensation for placing risks, and must begin charging fees similar to other professionals billing for services, says a business professor studying the industry.

In an interview with PC360, Paula Jarzabkowski, professor of Aston Business School and Marie Curie Fellow, says the current compensation structure for reinsurance brokers is becoming obsolete as large insurers seek to place business directly with an increasingly smaller group of reinsurers.

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