AXA, OneAmerica Expand Long-Term Care Hybrid Efforts
AXA has added a new life rider aimed at the executive benefits market.
Reinsurance Tax Could Raise Life and Annuity Costs 3.3%: Analysts
A border adjustment tax system, which has been floated to help fund the construction of a wall along the Mexican border, could hit international reinsurance.
Stop Fooling Yourself About 8% Easy Returns
Too many retirement savers are counting on gains over 9%.
State Pensions’ Shortfall Grew in Fiscal 2016
Over the 10-year period ending in 2016, state pensions rotated out of U.S. equities into other growth assets, Wilshire Consulting reported.
Freitag to Oversee Lincoln Life Unit: Insurance People
Lincoln's move will put an executive with roots in risk management over life operations.
Insurers Make Two Major Pension Risk Transfer Deals
Hartford and Accenture reduced defined-benefit plan obligations by $2.6 billion.
Novarica Finds a Sign Annuity Issuers Still Need You
The consulting firm says agent portals appear to be high-priority IT projects.
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.