Scandals may prompt more online insurance bidding

Anderson, Tom
February 2005
Employee Benefit News;2/1/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p12
Deals with the possible growth of online insurance bidding due to the governmental investigations faced by the U.S. insurance industry. Benefits associated with online insurance bidding; Information on the software used to automate the online bidding process for brokers; Challenges posted by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act to online purchases of benefits; Companies that might engage to online insurance bidding.


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