Modern Approaches to Life Insurance
Chapter 19 presents some modern forms and instruments of life insurance: 19.1. Critical Illness Insurance, 19.2. Flexible Products of Life Insurance, 19.3. Unit Linked, 19.4. Profit Testing, 19.5. Embedded Value, 19.6. Fair Value.
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