Insurers banking on new partnerships

Zolkos, Rodd
May 1999
Business Insurance;05/17/99, Vol. 33 Issue 20, p16C
Focuses on the proposed financial services modernization bill, and its effect on insurer-agency relations in the United States. Senate's approval of its own version of the financial bill; Integration of banking and insurance in the country.


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