New York Life Adds Student Loan Repayment Program for Employees
The repayment program will offer up to $10,200 over five years for eligible employees, as well as student loan advice and online planning tools.
Lender Pool Is Deep For “Strong Borrowers”
New York Life won one recent deal involving three AvalonBay multifamily properties.
New York Life Promotes New Life Policy's LTC Benefits
An insured who exhausts the long-term care benefits pool would still leave a small death benefit.
5 new generation expectation gap measurements
Younger consumers are more optimistic about some aspects of their finances than others.
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.
At a record pace: NY Life's insurance sales thru mid-year 2016
For the first half of 2016, New York Life reported a three percent rise in individual recurring premium life insurance sales through agents.
Susan Glass: A champion for women in insurance
The national president of Women in Insurance & Financial Services is devoted helping open industry doors.
Life insurance regulators look back on 9/11 after 15 years
Life insurance losses as a result of the 9/11 terrorist attacks were but a fraction of overall insurance-industry losses.
Franklin Templeton Sued for Using Own Funds in 401(k) Plan
Franklin used its own funds in the plan when "better-performing and lower-cost funds were available," the lawsuit says.
NU's top 50 life & health insurance companies of 2016
Here's how the top-ranking life and health insurers measure up against four key metrics: net premiums written, total enrollment, policyholder surplus and net investment income.