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A.M. Best's Mosher Revamp of Rating Methodology Headed for Home Stretch

Matt Mosher, executive vice president, A.M. Best, said the "start-to-finish overhaul" of A.M. Best's rating methodology appears set for implementation in the fourth quarter of 2017.

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