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Bain Capital Insurance Aims to Widen Availability of Surplus Notes

Charles Chamness and Matt Popoli, both of Bain Capital, explain the purpose of surplus notes and how the firm is working to make them more available to midsize and smaller mutual insurers.

 

 

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