The insurance industry has regained a considerable amount of financial ground lost during the economic crisis, a new survey finds.  

Life insurers also had a better year, recording a 15.2 % return on equity and a $76.2 billion net gain from operations, more than triple the $17.6 billion tallied in 2008. However, investment income was down to $154.5 billion, a five-year low.

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