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Life Office

An insurance agency that sells life insurance predominately or exclusively.
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Whomever it was, chances are he or she was an employee of the Student Life Office, which ideally is designed to enhance your outside-of-the-classroom college experience.
The FSA investigation comes in the middle of the season of life office bonus declarations.
The company's Life Insurance Division has created six new Divisional Sales Organizations to provide specialized assistance to its 27 Regional Life Offices in serving insurance professionals nationwide.
The survey looked at the financial strength of life offices under the new 'realistic accounting' rules imposed last December by the Financial Services Authority.
Such a rapid turnover of chief executives was bad news for the Wesleyan, which otherwise, in financial terms, is the strongest of the country's remaining life offices.
Staff at the Swiss Life offices in Crosby Road North make the move to Albert Dock's Edward Pavilion this weekend.
Glass Murray were responsible for the refurbishment of the Standard Life offices and the Western Club in Glasgow.
In addition to banking, the Standard Bank Group has a strategic interest in the insurance industry through its control of the Liberty Group, one of Africa's leading life offices and financial services groups.
Personal finance editor John Cranage comments: Wesleyan, which is rated one of the strongest life offices in the country, has outperformed its bigger rivals thanks to its underlying financial strength which allowed it to remain heavily invested in the stock market during the long bear market that began in 2000.
The Society has consistently outperformed some of the UK's major life offices for with profit plans over 10 years.
The group comprises holding company Standard Bank Group Limited and The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited, Stanbic, International Operations and an effective 30% investment in Liberty Group, one of Africa's leading life offices and financial services groups.
A report yesterday into the corporate governance of life offices by Paul Myners, the former head of investment group Gartmore and now chairman of Marks & Spencer, could have farreaching consequences for the industry.