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International insurers and reinsurers based in Ireland saw their premium income grow to record levels in 2008, according to
DIMA, the association which represents them. Based on a survey of its members, DIMA reports gross premium income of $26.2bn
($38.5bn) and net premium income of €21.7bn ($31.9bn). These figures include non-life insurance, mainly written through captives,
as well as life and non-life reinsurance. The number of DIMA member companies has grown to 61 as a number of Bermudian insurers
and reinsurers - most recently Everest Re - have established European subsidiaries in Dublin although most underwriting is
conducted through branch offices elsewhere in Europe’s member states.
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