The Risk Retention Reporter (Renewal)
The Risk Retention Reporter has been the authoritative news source for the risk retention industry since 1987.
The reduced renewal prices are available only for the publication(s) to which a customer has previously subscribed, and whose subscription ran out within the past six months or less.
Annual subscription: 12 issues
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- Comprehensive coverage of industry news
- The latest legislative, judicial and regulatory developments
- Monitoring of more than 1000 RRGs and PGs
- Articles by industry experts
- In-depth articles on RRGs and PGs
- Market surveys revealing industry trends by sector
- In-depth articles on risk management for RRGs
- Follow what your competitors are doing
- Stay abreast of legislative and regulatory developments
- Understand and exploit the competitive edge of RRGs and PGs
- Track the industry sectors in which RRGs and PGs are growing
- Look out for new market opportunities
- Learn about best practices for RRG Boards
Risk Retention Reporter (RRR) Electronic License
This is a brief summary of our standard subscription license. Please refer to the license itself for all terms and conditions. In the event of a conflict, the license controls.
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