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The nation’s insurers need to shrink the size of their boards and make their membership more knowledgeable in order to manage effectively and satisfy the demands of regulators, according to a report by Moody’s Investors Service.

New York-based Moody’s ratings service observations came in a report on corporate governance titled “No Assurance of Good Governance: Observations on Corporate Governance in the U.S. Insurance Sector.”

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