Follow the Money

Major, Richard
April 2010
Best's Review;Apr2010, Vol. 110 Issue 12, p84
Trade Publication
The article discusses the investment strategies of insurers during the global financial crisis. It notes that insurance has been affected by the asset devaluations and volatile stock market prices that diminish the surplus in the statutory and generally accepted accounting principles. Some aggregate figures for the life / health and property/ casualty sectors are also provided.


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