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Willis' Waslov: Global Organizations Taking Firmer Control of Own Risk

Kathleen Waslov, senior vice president, Willis Towers Watson, said more large multinational organizations are embracing captives for their employee benefit liabilities, with many taking a more centralized approach.

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