Rolling With the Punches

Hoeg, Gregory J.
April 2009
Best's Review;Apr2009, Vol. 109 Issue 12, p79
Trade Publication
The author discusses the condition of the financial institutions in the U.S. He points on the economic crisis and the loss of confidence in financial institutions as the challenges that insurers face. He adds that insurers needs to regain the confidence of clients. The author adds that the financial crisis affects many people and organizations and the shift of clients' interest to fixed or universal life products was not expected to happen.


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