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Mutuals Say Their Unique Focus Brings Value in a Commoditized World

Attendees to AMICE's 2018 Congress, held in Stockholm, said mutual insurers' unique business model keeps them closer to their insureds and helps create a two-way relationship in which companies give back to policyholders.

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