As insurers assess how they will be affected by changes to U.S. tax laws passed late last year, some may consider structural changes to their operations or take other steps to comply with changes, experts say.
Lowering the corporate tax rate while raising the excise tax related to ceding certain business offshore may force insurers to re-evaluate some business and incur higher costs.
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