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Life after near-death

27 March 2008 By Mike Verdin

The Swiss life insurer has delivered strong profits, doubled its dividend and stuck by steep growth targets. That sets it apart from the financial peers laid low by subprime. Some of the optimism may be bravado. But it helps that Swiss Life was forced to be cautious early.

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