Model army

Hunt, Jackie
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/16/2009, p38
In this article the author discusses the broken model for the life insurance industry in Great Britain. She muses on the massive restructuring of the industry in view of the outcomes of the retail distribution review (RDR) which ended the traditional protection investments. The author comments that the edge of protection investment over other investments is the insurers' capability to insure people's health and longevity.


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