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Panel: Better Movement of Information Via Blockchain Should Spark Captive Growth

Rocco Mancini, consultant, Captive Solutions, Marsh, and Havell Rodrigues, chief executive officer, Adjoint, said industry participants and regulators have seen the benefits of blockchain technology, and are taking early steps to wider adoption.

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