Banks that underwrite insurance saw decreases in premiums in 2010, in a trend related to the decrease in loans that require insurance, according to Michael White Associates.
Of the 49 bank holding companies involved in credit insurance underwriting, reinsurance or both in 2010, 35 experienced declines, according to Michael White, president of the Radnor, Pa.-based research firm.
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