Insurers challenge Boy Scouts $2.5bn amended bankruptcy settlement
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Insurers challenge Boy Scouts $2.5bn amended bankruptcy settlement

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Several insurers have appealed the $2.5bn abuse settlement plan reached in the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) bankruptcy case.

The carriers challenging the amended plan, which was approved by a Delaware bankruptcy judge earlier this month, include AIG’s Lexington Insurance, Travelers, Allianz Global Risks, Liberty Mutual, GenStar, Munich Re, Argo and Old Republic, among others.

Chubb and The Hartford,...

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