November 2010
Best's Review;Nov2010 Supplement, p40
Trade Publication
The article cites the purpose of life insurance, as well as its benefits for the beneficiaries of the policyholder after he dies. It explores the importance of asset-liability management and product development as challenges to life industry. It looks into the insurance products including whole life, term life, and credit life insurances. It further highlights the challenges to annuity industry.


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