Samsung Life Insurance Co. has rejected a recommendation from the South Korean insurance regulator saying that the insurer should fully compensate buyers of its immediate annuity product.
The Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) earlier said that Samsung Life should compensate 55,000 of its clients for a total of almost KRW400 billion (US$357 million), following a complaint from one of its policyholders that purchased the product.
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