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27 October 2020 By Anna Szymanski

The $27 bln U.S. insurer changed CEOs and said it will separate its life and retirement arm. Unloading a business weighed down by ultra-low rates should please shareholders. More importantly, the move may make the firm synonymous with trouble easier for hungry buyers to swallow.

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