Public-sector risk managers responsible to taxpayers need to take extra precautions when it comes to broker transparency and potential conflicts of interest, Katherine M. Peeling, outgoing president of the Public Risk Management Association, emphasized in an exclusive interview with National Underwriter here last week.

Ms. Peeling spoke to NU during the PRIMA annual conference in an exit interview before William Kostner, risk manager for the City of Lincoln, Neb., was installed to succeed her as president.

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