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ARIG's Albaharna: MENA Moving Ahead in Developing Local Risk Talent

Yassir Albaharna, chief executive officer, Arab Insurance Group, said insurers in the Middle East are becoming better at attracting younger talent, including some who formerly might have entered banking.

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