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Mind the gap

13 February 2020 By Aimee Donnellan

The Dutch insurer’s shares fell 8% on Thursday after it reported lower profits and weaker capital than expected. Low interest rates are hurting its core U.S. business, and it has a nasty habit of goofing up its modelling. Incoming boss Lard Friese faces a tricky turnaround.

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