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October 22, 2004

The day Hardie's sums didn't add up

The MRCF got new advice from actuarial firm Trowbridge pointing to a $100million gap in expected liabilities based on claims already made, and a further study that showed the foundation would run out of money for future victims in less than 10 years, rather than the projected 20-year benchmark.

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Posted by Tom Troceen