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Axa XL's Elder: Inland Marine Forms Race to Keep Up With Advancing Tech

Anne Marie Elder, chief underwriting officer for marine insurance in the Americas, Axa XL, said inland marine policy forms are being expanded to include use of telematics, drones and other technology-enabled devices.

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