NU makes emergency cuts

Stones, John
July 2002
Money Marketing;7/25/2002, p72
Reports on the emergency measures taken by British life insurer Norwich Union company as of July 25, 2002 in response to the decline of stock markets. Devaluation of with-profit polices; Reduction of bonuses; Reaction to the actions taken by Norwich.


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