Why Systemic Risk Considerations Affect the Market for Long-Term Care Insurance
New capital requirements and regulations, aimed at controlling systemic risk in the financial sector, could have the unfortunate, unintended consequence of discouraging insurers from offering long-term care insurance, according to Robin Lumsdaine of American University.
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