Traditional Life Savings Tools ‘Face Extinction’: Consultant
Walter Reinl, head of Boston Consulting Group's life practice in Europe, talks about how he sees the retirement products world.
American Equity Life Founder Dies
David Noble, an executive who led two major life insurers, died Sunday.
Texas Insurance Commissioner Dies at 60
David Mattax was elected secretary-treasurer of the NAIC in December.
Celent Finds a Pain Point in Life Insurer Tech
No North American company said it had world-class customer service IT systems in Celent's survey.
Fuzion Board Names President: Insurance People
Barry Staldine was the long-term care insurance block manager's chief operating officer.
Yes, Short-Term Care Insurance is a Benefit to Own
The author wants regulators in all states to warm up to the products.
NAIC Tees Up on Annuity Suitability Models
A former state insurance regulator says states are in the best position to handle this particular ball.
AmeriLife Faces DOL Rule With Two-Track Strategy
The annuity distributor has set up an RIA, and it has also applied for financial institution status.
Maybe We're All United Airlines
Odds are high that we, collectively, have overbooked the world's retirement benefits plane.
Defense: Ex-Sutherland Partner Incompetent to Stand Trial on Fraud Charges
A dementia evaluation will play a role in proceedings involving a legal professional.