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ISO's Russo: To Cover Emerging Risks, Go Beyond the Headlines

Barbara Russo, managing director, excess and surplus, ISO, said underwriters should look to risks that have elements in common, search for data and not be intimidated by general perceptions of an emerging risk issue.

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