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We believe that this agreement further strengthens our financial position as it eliminates a substantial source of uncertainty in these liabilities and allows us to focus on execution in our core businesses.More Quotes
David H. Long, Liberty Mutual Insurance chairman and CEO, on reinsurance pact with National Indemnity.