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Archipelago’s Shah: Rate, Capacity to Create Another Challenging Year for Property Insurance

Hemant Shah, CEO, of AI-driven risk platform Archipelago, said he expects an increased focus on risk management, resiliency, retention, and strategy to increase the ability to access and use capacity and scale in 2023.

Jan. 12, 2023

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