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Aspen Insurance’s Bransden: Nursery Schools, Golf Clubs Among Active Assailant Insurance Buyers

Peter Bransden, vice president of crisis management for Aspen Insurance, said 2017 and 2018 were two of the three worst years on record for mass casualty incidents.

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