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AM Best: Economic Ingenuity Leads to Continued E&S Demand in 2020

Profitable underwriting and increased demand from businesses pivoting during the pandemic helped boost the Excess & Surplus lines market, said Robert Raber, AM Best director, (Feb. 23, 2021).

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