News Non-Life18 Jan 2018

Australia:Consumer credit insurance refunds amount to around US$100 mln

| 18 Jan 2018

The amount of refunds which insurers have been forced to make to customers for the sale of worthless add-on consumer credit insurance has exceeded A$120 million (US$96 million), according to announcements by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

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