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(Bloomberg) – PartnerRe exited junk bonds and shifted funds into property as the reinsurer reshaped a $16 billion investment portfolio after being acquired by John Elkann’s Exor SpA.

Exor’s approach is to focus on holdings that “we know and understand very well,” PartnerRe Chief Financial Officer Mario Bonaccorso, previously a managing director at Exor, said Wednesday at an annual gathering held by the Italian firm. “That’s the philosophy we have applied to PartnerRe.”

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