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AAM: Pandemic Pressures Insurers' Investment Portfolios

Equity markets turmoil is creating challenges for both life and property/casualty insurers, said Elizabeth Henderson, a principal and director of corporate credit at Asset Allocation & Management Co. (April 9, 2020).

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