Insurance Industry Flattens Y2K Bug

Staples, Edward
February 2000
Advisor Today;Feb2000, Vol. 95 Issue 2, p32
Trade Publication
Focuses on the action taken by insurance companies in preparation for possible millennium bug problems. Comments from Jose Montemayor, vice chairman of the National Association of Insurance Commissioner's Year 2000 Industry Preparedness Task Force; Information on a survey regarding millennium bug-related problems; Preparations done by American General.


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