We Planned for 2018 ACA Subsidy Changes: Centene
Executives told Wall Street the 2017 cut-off will have a modest effect this year.
Guardian Names Former N.Y. Insurance Superintendent General Counsel
Dinallo has been running the insurance group at Debevoise & Plimpton.
5 Winds Blowing Annuity Issuers Around Now
Few of the major sources of earnings uncertainty have much to do with agents or brokers.
Medicare Advantage Market Continues to Look Good
The plans are profitable enough that insurers sincerely want to sell more of them.
Bank Financial Consultant Productivity Improves: Stathis
Revenue from one-time transactions fell, but recurring revenue soared.
China Regulators Seek Comments on Revised Solvency Draft
The new draft could lead to changes in standards adopted in 2008.
How Have the Annuity Issuers Really Been Doing?
The issuers have been awfully quiet for the past few weeks. Now they're about to speak up.
Hartford to Acquire Aetna Group Life and Disability Unit
About 1,800 Aetna employees will become Hartford employees.
Feds Explain How They'll Cut Off ACA Subsidy Payments to Insurers
CMS won't adjust any past subsidy payments in insurers' favor, but it will try to claw back excess payments.
Annuitization Push May Favor Insurers Over Agents
GAO analysts talk about the risks of letting workers find their own advisors.