The GAR problems may be spreading

Stevenson, Rachel
September 2001
Money Marketing;9/27/2001, p7
Deals with the warning issued by Great Britain's Financial Services Authority on the misselling claims facing life offices. Implications of guaranteed annuity rates (GAR) for life companies; Number of companies which have sold GAR and non-GAR business.


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