With most Americans and British residents saying they lack adequate financial protection benefits, Watjen told company shareholders today that
"Throughout our entire history we have built a tremendous franchise and legacy, and I've never been more optimistic about our prospects for growth or more confident in our ability to capitalize on the opportunities that lie ahead," Watjen said during
Watjen said nearly 70 percent of Americans and 90 percent of British workers lack adequate financial protection benefits, such as disability insurance, and many are living paycheck-to-paycheck.
"We take great pride in the difference we make in peoples' lives by protecting them when they need it most, but with it comes the responsibility of maintaining the financial strength to meet these obligations," Watjen said.
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