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Vermont’s Bigglestone: Cells Offer Quicker Entry Into Captive Insurance

Sandy Bigglestone, deputy commissioner, Captive Insurance Division, Vermont Department of Financial Regulation, said the attractiveness of cells lies in their existing infrastructure.

Aug. 10, 2023

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