Some Insurers Too Slow On Y2K Readiness

Levin, Amanda
November 1998
National Underwriter / Life & Health Financial Services;11/9/98, Vol. 102 Issue 45, p10
Presents survey findings citing the slow progress of some insurance companies in the United States towards Year 2000 date conversion (Y2K) compliance. Insurers cited by Weiss Ratings' survey includes State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance, Keyport Life Insurance and Universal Underwriters Insurance; Companies receiving high Y2K readiness ratings include Variable Life Insurance Co. and erie Insurance Exchange.


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