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JLT Re's Reynolds: Europe Repositioning Slowed Ahead of Political Resolution

Mike Reynolds, global CEO, JLT Re, said the organization is expanding offices in Europe in response to the pending Brexit, but is waiting to learn whether immigration and business will change before adding staff.

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