Life Apps Slip

Jones, Lucretia DiSanto
January 2003
Advisor Today;Jan2003, Vol. 98 Issue 1, p28
Trade Publication
Assesses the impact of September 11 terrorist attack on life insurance industry in the U.S. Decline of underwriting activity following the attack; Decrease in number of insurance applications; Views of Stacy Gill, vice president at MIB Group's e-Services Corp., on the issue.


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