When I Left My Computer
Ordinary people are having vague, but troubled, thoughts about insurance and retirement planning.
How to Lean Against the Biases in 2018
Humans are shockingly susceptible to bad ideas and poor decisions that metastasize into damaging behavior. But with effort, we can do better.
International Regulator Group Seeks Ideas
The IAIS is starting the process of developing its next five-year strategic plan.
Licensing Makes It Harder to Move for Work
You aren't the only professionals out there who face oversight creep.
7 New Peeks Inside Life Insurers' Underwriting Machinery
You may be familiar with the main force driving increased use of electronic application systems.
Banks Offer Cash-Strapped Clients a Way to Game Trump’s Tax Plan
Bank of America is making credit lines available to Merrill Lynch and U.S. Trust wealth management clients.
How the 2008 ERISA Plan 'Economically Targeted Investments' Rules Worked
Obama's DOL encouraged socially conscious investing at retirement plans. The Bush DOL team did not. Maybe the old rules could make a comeback.
Symetra to Update Retirement Distribution Strategy
The company has put Rich LaVoice in charge of blazing new distribution paths.
Colorado to Get New Insurance Commissioner
Michael Conway, who came up through the state attorney general's office, will be the interim head.
NAHU to Expand Medicare Plan Efforts
The producer group will work with AAMSI to offer an in-person workshop day.