ACLI and NAIFA Fear New DOL Attacks on Commissions
Insurers and producers fear the arrival of new regulations that could favor fee-based products.
Life Insurers May Get an FSOC Bill Onto Trump's Desk
The House approved the fixer bill 407-1, and a Senate committee approved it by a voice vote.
ACLI to Sponsor Running Race Next Week
Past Capital Challenge competitors have included John Kasich and Willard Scott.
Life Group Blasts ‘Too Big to Fail’ Selection Process
The ACLI told Congress to change how it chooses which insurers are important.
DOL ‘relief’ would kill small annuity marketers, groups say
NAFA says a stiff minimum size requirement would shut out most IMOs.
6 things to know about Tim Kaine and insurance
While governor of Virginia, he pick hired Marilyn Tavenner for his cabinet. His father-in-law was general counsel for the American Council of Life Insurers.
Insurers seek more time to comment on new capital requirements
The insurance industry is asking the Federal Reserve Board of Governors for more time to respond to a request for comments on regulatory capital requirements.
5 things state lawmakers want to do about long-term care insurance
Legislators have been wrestling with purchasing incentives, benefits options and rate stability.
Insurers ponder court challenge to DOL rule
Legal experts float words of caution as the American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI) explores a possible legal challenge to the new fiduciary standard.
Credit Suisse cites impact of fiduciary rule on insurers
The comment period on a regulation proposed by the DOL that, if imposed in its present form, would have a sweeping impact on insurers, closes today.