Mnuchin Says Ultra-Long Bond Program Wouldn't Be a One-Off
The Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee includes representatives from Voya, Allianz and Prudential.
Fiduciary Rule Confusion Hangs Over S&P Conference Life Sessions
Brighthouse and Penn Mutual executives said uncertainty works against savers' best interests.
Allianz Life Profiles Divorced Women
Divorced women are more likely than widowed women to fear running out of money in retirement.
2016 earnings: Mostly positive, but big losses for 2 titans
Of 8 major life insurers that posted fourth quarter and year-end results for 2016, six carriers recorded positive net income for the quarter and/or year.
Women are household CFOs, but barriers remain at work
Women are often left out when money talk starts with a financial professional — even when mom heads up the family finances. Millennials aren't having it.
Meet the $2T Exec Behind PIMCO’s Turnaround
Jackie Hunt doesn’t take credit for the company’s first net inflows since 2013 — exactly the response you’d expect from an accountant.
Elder financial fraud may be worse than thought, study says
A study of caregivers found 37 percent of seniors have experienced financial exploitation, and those who have been victimized once are at risk for repeat fraud.
Fintech gambles lure insurers
Recent Munich Re and Allianz deals highlight the rush by time-honored insurers to get in on the technology that’s changing financial services on Wall Street.
Insurance Industry News Roundup: Week of October 10, 2016
News from AXA, Allstate, Nationwide, New York Life, USAA, the Guardian, Slice Labs and more round out this list of a dozen happenings in insurance and financial services.
Life insurers nab spots among top 100 global brands
Two major life insurers are ranked among the world’s 100 most valuable brands, according to a new report.