Regulators Charge SII With ‘Unethical’ Conduct Tied to REIT Sales
Advisors' commissions on the sales topped $278,000, according to Massachusetts securities regulator William Galvin.
Guggenheim's CEO Is Said to Seek Control of Insurer in Shake-Up
An unnamed source says the company could close the ETF unit sale within a month.
Meet the Annuity Trust on Bernie Sanders’ Hit List
Some wealthy families have used grantor-retained annuity trusts to minimize estate taxes.
3 Tech Strategies for Launching Annuities Faster
Issuers may have to be prepared to continue to keep turning on a dime for many years to come.
Micro Credit Life Rises in Emerging Markets: Swiss Re
Micro term life is also popular in those markets, but making a profit is difficult, analysts say.
Guardian Life to Relocate HQ to 10 Hudson Yards
The life insurer will fill about 148,000 square feet in the new building.
Cetera Taps Ex-AFLAC Marketer as CMO
It also brings back a large financial-institutions client with $507 million in brokerage assets.
Wall Street's Bond Gurus Have It All Wrong as QE Unwind Looms
The economy may have a lot more influence than the Fed.
Take Last-Ditch Obamacare Repeal Effort Seriously
Maybe the 'Affordable Care Act status quo' isn't really all that stable.
ACLI and NAIFA Fear New DOL Attacks on Commissions
Insurers and producers fear the arrival of new regulations that could favor fee-based products.