New Hire Roundup: James Hanna Joins Genworth; Morningstar CFO Departs
This week in new hires, Genworth hires a new CTO; Morningstar announced changes in its senior management; and FSI hired Kathryn Anderson and added 500 new advisor members.
New Hire Roundup: Wells Fargo Advisors Names 3 to Key Roles
This week in new hires, Wells Fargo Advisors filled three leadership positions; Gail Graham and Stephanie Bogan joined United Capital; Jonathan Morris went to Dynasty Financial Partners; and IRI announced changes to its board.
Economics of Disaster: From Joplin Tornado to Japan Quake, Crisis at a Cost—Slideshow
Natural disasters have ravaged economies everywhere they've hit, imperiling budgets and businesses from Japan to the Mississippi River Delta.
Higher Oil Prices Mean Tighter Budgets, Higher Inflation, Hartford Says
While economic data continues to signal a recovery that is “gaining strength,” significantly higher oil prices due to the turmoil in the Middle East “threatens to erase much of those gains,” says Hartford Investment Management.
Steve Kluever Leaves Jackson National for The Hartford
The Hartford Financial Services Group announced Monday that former Jackson National Life executive Steve Kluever will join the company as vice president of product and marketing for its global annuity division.
The Hartford Tests iPads for Annuity Sales Force in Pilot Program
The Hartford Financial Services Group is conducting a pilot program using iPads for its annuity sales force.
2010 Q4 Earnings: Hartford Beats Estimates on Strong Wealth Results
Annuity deposits dropped 59% as the Hartford exits international markets and revamps its U.S. sales
Social Security Tax Break Should Go to 401(k)s: The Hartford
The Hartford Financial Services Group is encouraging Americans to redirect the recently implemented two-percentage point reduction in Social Security payroll taxes to their employer’s 401(k) or other defined contribution retirement plan.
Hartford: Americans Rely on Social Security for Higher Percentage of Retirement Income
Five-year study finds sharp increase in daily living and retirement concerns.
Connecticut Taps The Hartford to Launch Advisor-Sold 529 Plan
Connecticut Treasurer Denise Nappier announced Wednesday that, after a competitive bid process, she has selected The Hartford Financial Services Group to launch and manage CHET Advisor, a new advisor-sold 529 college savings program for state residents.