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Officials with the American Association of Managing General Agents expressed confidence that few, if any changes would be made in the surplus lines elements of financial services regulatory reform as the House and Senate work out differences in their respective bills.

“The stuff that we have is mundane stuff, so I think that will be left alone and not amended or edited out,” according to Wayne G. Forest Sr., president-elect of the AAMGA and a member of Forest Insurance Facilities in Metairie, La. His observations came at a press conference with other AAMGA officials last week here during the association’s 84th annual meeting.

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