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The spotlight also is on insurers when it comes to addressing climate change, diversifying their workforce and leadership, and providing more equitable access to coverage in underserved communities. (Image: Elnur/Adobe Stock) The spotlight is on insurers when it comes to addressing climate change, diversifying their workforce and leadership, and providing more equitable access to coverage in underserved communities. (Image: Elnur/Adobe Stock)

Most of the insurers that responded to Deloitte’s outlook survey expect to grow in 2022, thanks to rising demand for coverage in a rebounding economy and additional technology investments to build upon upgrades made in response to the pandemic.

However, several potential speedbumps loom that may yet temper the industry’s generally bullish attitude.

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