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Willis Re's Bradshaw: 'It's Going to Be a Late Renewal Season'

James Bradshaw, chief executive officer, Willis Re North America, said insurers are tallying losses from ongoing catastrophes such as wildfires, along with earlier events such as hurricanes and floods, making it difficult to gauge the market.

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