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A.M. Best Analysts: Social Concerns Influence Insurers' Investing, Underwriting Strategies

Carlos Wong-Fupuy, senior director, and Jessica Botelho, financial analyst, both with A.M. Best, said the movement to tie corporate actions to concerns about environmental, social and governance issues is making its way into the insurance sector.

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