U.S. Life Results by Line in 2007: Total U.S. Life Industry Grew 5.4%

Brown-Klinger, Stephen
September 2008
Best's Review;Sep2008, Vol. 109 Issue 5, p52
Trade Publication
The article highlights the 2007 U.S. ranking of life insurance companies based on the amount of total ordinary life issued. The author stated that the U.S. Life industry has grown by 5.4% despite the weakening economic indicators and a volatile operating environment. In addition, Swiss Re has slipped from second to third in ordinary life business in force, while AIG climbs from second to first place in credit life in force. It also provides charts on the rankings of the insurance companies.


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