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Amalgamated Life CEO: Despite Potential Recession, Market Poised for Growth

Paul Mallen, CEO and president of Amalgamated Life, sees continued need for group insurance, disability and other benefits, along with increased digital transformation to aid those markets.

June 5, 2023

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