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York, Nicola
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/3/2009, p24
The article presents an overview for the insurance market in Great Britain. It states that most of the companies including Friends Provident, Legal & General and other traditional players in the protection market have lost market shares to the new providers. According to some players, the decreasing performance of the mortgage business also affects the sales of insurance.


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