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Scor’s Conoscente: ESG Path Going Forward Is Very Clear

The industry can play a role in helping the energy transition by offering new products and combining others into an offer that is appealing to banks, construction companies and energy providers, said Scor Global P&C CEO Jean-Paul Conoscente.

Sept. 14, 2022

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