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The chair of W.R. Berkley Corporation has been observing conditions in the excess and surplus and specialty markets for more than five decades, and views the current environment as just about the best in that time span. Speaking at the Keefe, Bruyette& Woods Virtual Insurance Conference last Thursday morning, William R. Berkley said that there have only been "two,…
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