Column: LTCI will implode. The question is, how bad will it be?
Problems with long-term care have become so intense that some industry experts worry for the future of the state insurance regulation system.
Glass half full: seismic shifts in the life insurance industry
It's no coincidence that a LIMRA study indicating that 30 percent of U.S. households lack life insurance coverage arrived about the same time that MetLife decided to spin off its sputtering life insurance business.
State securities enforcement grows
NASAA's 2015 enforcement actions led to more than $538 million in investor restitution.
Mutual funds bash proposed FSOC oversight
Should mutual funds be designated as systemically important financial institutions?
Judges named in MetLife SIFI case
Judge selection on Monday in MetLife's SIFI case was seen as a negative for the company.
Illinois court sees fixed indexed annuities as insurance
An Illinois appellate court panel has ruled that fixed indexed annuities are insurance and not securities products under state law.
Senate panel clears retirement savings bill
A Senate panel Wednesday reported out bipartisan legislation aimed at enhancing the ability of Americans to save for retirement.
IRI study to examine reasonable compensation under DOL rule
The survey will seek to determine compensation trends in the market to help advisors adhere to reasonable compensation requirements.
DOL Fiduciary Rule Causes Pullback on Sale of Annuities, Funds by Insurers
State Farm Insurance says it will not accept liability on the future sale of annuities or mutual funds.
Fiduciary rule causes insurers to pull back on financial products
State Farm Insurance says it will not accept liability on the future sale of annuities or mutual funds. Meanwhile, Allstate, USAA and Nationwide plan to stay in the commission investment business.