The HIPAA Security Rule and Cloud Computing
You probably know this stuff. If not, you'd better learn it.
5 Key Life and Health Sections in Final Tax Bill
The life insurance provisions in H.R. 1 could cost insurers about $22 billion over 10 years.
Tax Bill May Cut Prudential’s RBC Ratio but Boost Its Profits
The company’s CFO says overall solvency measures could improve, and lead to new thinking about solvency standards.
This Tax Bill Is a Trillion-Dollar Blunder
A billionaire says typical corporations now have plenty of cash, anyway.
9 Details That Could Be Signs of Life Insurance Fraud
Fraud doesn't take a holiday. If anything, it might get worse this time of year.
Debt-Hungry Pensions Seen Having Fewer Bonds Under Tax Bill
One weird side effect of the proposed changes is that corporations may borrow less.
FSOC Eyes Insurers' Commercial Real Estate Loan Holdings
The risk watchdog says it worries about companies lowering lending standards and piling up too many loans.
International Insurance Talks Bill Wins Bipartisan Support
The House Financial Services Committee approved H.R. 4537 by a 56-4 vote.
Corporate Bonds Sour on the Republican Tax Plan
Life insurers and other debt buyers are not so sure the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act would help borrowers.
'Impaired Lives' May Be Hot: RGA
Some of the world's life and health underwriters are looking beyond young, healthy applicants.