Neighborly Differences

Panko, Ron
September 2010
Best's Review;Sep2010, Vol. 111 Issue 5, p26
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the significance of conservative management, mortgage underwriting, and regulation in the avoidance of risky portfolio securities among insurers in Canada. This trend allows the Canadian life insurers keep away the worst economic recession when compared to life insurers in the U.S. and other developed nations. Moreover, this makes the life insurers well-capitalized and enabled small insurers compete in niche markets.


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