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RIMS CEO: Conference Cancelled Due to COVID-19 'Uncharted Territory'

The "unprecedented challenge" of the pandemic led the Risk & Insurance Management Society's decision to cancel its 2020 annual conference, said Mary Roth, CEO of RIMS.

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