One of the most readily apparent lessons of the financial crisis is that even the most unlikely of risks are, at the end of the day, still risks. Few understand this better than life insurers now in the position of trying to rid themselves of a gullet full of allegedly safe investments.

A new study from Hartford, Conn.-based Conning Research, "Life Reinsurance: Opportunities for Growth in a New World" examines how life insurers can utilize reinsurance as a means to lower their risk exposures.

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