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Mutuals: Regulation Is a Hurdle to Innovation and a Growing Burden

Executives attending the annual meeting of the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies, held in Denver, said new standards for corporate governance, cybersecurity and international compliance are consuming more of their attention.

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