Alternative process to DAC system prompted for Ontario

April 2004
Canadian Underwriter;Apr2004, Vol. 71 Issue 4, p62
Trade Publication
Reports on the release of a consultation paper by the Ontario Financial Services Commission outlining the expert assessor network system that will replace designated assessment centers (DAC) in Ontario in 2004. Expensiveness of the DAC system; Roles of expert assessors.


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