Forget Vanguard, Insurers Now Have Their Own ETFs to Sell You
The list of insurance company players in the passive market includes Principal, Prudential and Transamerica.
Putnam CEO Faults 401(k) Shift as ‘Tax Gimmick’ Hurting the Poor
Robert Reynolds and Thomas Marra suggest that tax breaks have something to do with retirement savings.
AIG Finds ‘Safer Harbor’ After Years of Retrenchment, Regulation
The life, annuity and property-casualty insurance player has tried to make itself a smaller, less complex company.
AIG Sheds Too-Big-to-Fail Label in Victory for CEO, Carl Icahn
The president of the ACLI argues that life insurers are sources of systemic stability, not risk.
Prudential's PGIM Is Said to Explore Entering ETF Marketplace
PGIM Investments may offer actively managed ETFs as well as quantitative ETFs.
MassMutual Sees `Tremendous' Asia Opportunity With Yunfeng Deal
Prudential recently took a stake in a company in Indonesia
Athene's Challenge to Prudential Could Prove Bonanza for Apollo
The company is offering to take pension risk off employers’ hands.
MetLife Wins Debt Vote as Investors Opt for Sweetened Fee
The company is paying $26 million for a little extra flexibility.
Aflac Turns to KKR as Kirsch Diversifies $120 Billion Portfolio
The company hopes to offset pressure from low rates on government bonds in the United States and Japan.
Jack Ma-Backed Yunfeng to Buy MassMutual Unit for $1.7 Billion
Yunfeng wants to use a robo-adviser to reach ordinary investors in China.