Stimuli Exist For New Cutting Edge Products

Bragg, John M.
December 1998
National Underwriter / Life & Health Financial Services;12/14/98, Vol. 102 Issue 50, p12
Explains several stimuli for insurance innovations in the United States. Stimulus of the large and growing wealthy elderly population; Stimulus of bundled financial services for the consumer; Stimulus of improvements in mortality; Stimulus of having the new ability to distinguish between risks.


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