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Slavin, Al
April 2010
Best's Review;Apr2010, Vol. 110 Issue 12, p28
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the renewed interest in specialized underwriting of new products in the surplus lines market in the American Insurance Industry. It notes that chief executive Warren Mula at Aon Broking Retail and Global Specialty has said that clients want a consistent long-tern relationship with a smooth predictable rating structure. Mula has added that the presence of admitted carriers in certain specialties could outlasts any business cycle changes.


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