AIG Sheds Too-Big-to-Fail Label in Victory for CEO, Carl Icahn
The president of the ACLI argues that life insurers are sources of systemic stability, not risk.
Senate Budget Won't Allow Full ACA Defunding
Republicans intend to use the budget resolution to push through as much as $1.5 trillion of tax cuts in the coming months.
U.S. Is Said to Plan Freeing AIG From Systemic-Risk Designation
AIG and Prudential are now the only two 'systemically important financial institutions.'
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.
Prudential Is Said to Plot Its Escape From Fed's Tough Oversight
An insurer needs Mnuchin and at least six other FSOC members to break free.
Brighthouse Financial Goes Public
MetLife is now out of the individual life and annuity business.
SEC Candidate Favors New Life Regulatory Strategy
Hester Peirce has suggested that a single-state approach might beat the current multi-state strategy.
Financial Regulation Calls for 20/20 Vision
Financial Stability Oversight Council supporters say federal regulators need a wide-angle view.
Life Group Adds Lobbyist
Armstrong Robinson, the new guy at AALU, has been a director for Tax and Republican Strategy at Prime Policy Group.
Former Life Group Head Could Be Next FBI Director
At the American Council of Life Insurers, Frank Keating helped shape Dodd-Frank, and annuity marketing rules.