For An Evolving, Technological, Complex Industry - Where Is Tomorrow's Executive Replacement Pool?

Zinkewicz, Phil
May 2004
Insurance Advocate;5/24/2004, Vol. 115 Issue 20, p2
Addresses the issue of whether the insurance industry will be able to attract the executive talent it will need to address emerging issues that go beyond the traditional industry cyclicality. Oveview of articles in an issue of "Emphasis," a publication of the consulting firm Tillinghast-Towers Perrin. Article titled "Financial Services: Will the Boom Continue?," by Miguel Angel at al.; "Financial Services: Due Diligence Under Sarbanes-Oxley".


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