SEC Candidate Favors New Life Regulatory Strategy
Hester Peirce has suggested that a single-state approach might beat the current multi-state strategy.
Social Security Might Be Too Much of a Mystery to Affect Savings: Economists
Researchers found little evidence in survey data that public benefits crowd out private savings.
No Buyers for Chicago School Bonds Causes Rates to Hit 9%
The school district is waiting for $215 million in state aid for their retirement plan.
Pension Crisis Won't Be Reversed by High Returns, Moody's Says
New Jersey, Kentucky and Illinois are the states with the biggest funding gaps.
Mnuchin Says Ultra-Long Bond Program Wouldn't Be a One-Off
The Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee includes representatives from Voya, Allianz and Prudential.
U.S. Group Disability Sales Rise 14%: Milliman
Participants in a market survey say they protected 2.4% more people against long-term disability.
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Email Security Awareness Training for Agents and Advisors
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Individual Life Sales Revenue Rises: LIMRA
The number of policies sold fell, but total death benefits and annualized premiums rose.
Yields Suggest Greenspan ‘Conundrum’ Redux, PGIM’S Schiller Says
Maybe what's good for insurers would be fine for bond traders.