Career Wise

Schnepff, Brian
June 2010
Best's Review;Jun2010, Vol. 111 Issue 2, p14
Trade Publication
The article discusses the career opportunities of annuity executives in the U.S. It indicates that annuity executives can become flexible when handling variety of business contexts in the industry such as retirement services, life insurance, and retrenched annuity operations. Moreover, it states that those managers who have strong risk management leadership are responsible for creating strategies in product promotion.


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