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Kennedys' Cashin: New Hong Kong Rules Put Insurance CFOs in Spotlight

Peter Cashin, head of corporate insurance and partner at law firm Kennedys, said new insurance regulations identify the head of finance as a regulated position with defined responsibilities.

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