Life risk insurance not profitable: KPMGBY HARRISON WORLEY | FRIDAY, 22 NOV 2019 12:04PM
Profitability in life risk insurance has dropped to the extent that the sector is now loss-making in aggregate, according to KPMG.Read more: KPMG, Life insurance, Life risk, Super, Banking Royal Commission, Challenger, David Kells, Life Insurance Framework, Pauline Blight-Johnston
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