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February 11th, 2013 | Posted by Editor in News

Life insurance an opportunity for planners
The TAL Australian Financial Protection Index questioned more than 1200 Australians on how they view their life insurance, with a score from 0 to 100 – where 100 indicates they have adequate coverage in life, illness, disability and income protection insurance. The figures from the report were released yesterday.

Trinity dux became world expert on life insurance
Lawrence Cohn played a leading role in the insurance industry in Australia and internationally with the council of the Australian Insurance Institute, and as chairman of the executive committee of the Life Offices’ Association of Australia. From 1970 to 1985 he represented the Australian actuarial profession on the council of the International Actuarial Association and in 1982 he was elected vice-president of the Faculty of Actuaries in Scotland, the only Australian to hold that office.

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