Payback time for life offices

June 2009
Money Marketing;6/18/2009, p8
The article focuses on the trends in the life insurance industry in the face of the current economic condition in Great Britain. It states that providers of life insurance are unable to make a profit and have no enough money to serve clients properly. According to the article, the only way for life companies to make money is to shut down business departments, and close sales and marketing divisions. Issues affecting the life insurance industry due to tough market conditions are discussed.


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