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Chartered Life Underwriter. A designation granted by the American College in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania to individuals who have completed training in life Insurance and personal Insurance planning. To obtain the designation, individuals have to complete advanced courses and exams in several topics including insurance, investments, Taxation, employee Benefit, estate Planning, Accounting, management and Economic.

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