Insurance is a unique industry, with structural characteristics that pose risk management challenges. A clear understanding of how insurers measure and use capacity is essential to controlling risks and exploiting opportunities.Capacity can mean anything from assets backing an operation - such as new capacity enters the Bermuda market - to a per occurrence limit. We shall define capacity as a company's ability to operate at a certain level of activity over a time period. For a manufacturer,
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