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Marsh's Charnley: PRIA May Offer Captives a Path to Pandemic Coverage

Ellen Charnley, president, Marsh Captive Solutions, said the proposed federal Pandemic Risk Insurance Act would help provide a backstop to all licensed insurers, including captives (Aug. 17, 2020).

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