L&G deal 'signals global nature of risk transfer market'

December 2015
Corporate Adviser (Online Edition);12/16/2015, p1
The article reports on financial services company Legal & General Group PLC's first deal in the Netherlands that confirms the global nature of the risk transfer market.


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