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Willis Re's Haydon: Diversity of Mutual Community Exposes Wider Range of Risks

John Haydon, executive vice president, Willis Re, said the specialized nature of many mutual insurance organizations means they will face more unique risks that are of greater significance to their particular speciality.

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