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Lexington's Power: Covering E&S Risks Take Experience, Human Capital

Matt Power, president, National Branch, and head of Wholesale Broker Engagement at AIG's Lexington Insurance Co., said he is cautious about predicting widespread trading of insurance risk via the capital markets.

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