Hartford Study: Life Insurance Understanding Lowest Among Low-Income Workers
In a survey of American workers employed full-time, lower-paid employees showed a more limited understanding of life insurance than those with higher incomes.
The Hartford Beats Earnings Estimates, Lowers EPS Outlook
The Hartford Financial Services Group (HIG) reported second-quarter 2010 net income of $76 million, or $0.14, vs. a year-ago net loss of $15 million, or $(0.06) per diluted share.
The Hartford Names Ritchey to Run Retirement Plans
The Hartford Financial Services Group on Tuesday, July 27, announced that Sharon Ritchey had been named executive vice president of retirement plans.
The Hartford Names George Eknaian Chief Actuary for Wealth Management
The Hartford Financial Services Group announced Thursday, July 22, the selection of George Eknaian as chief actuary for the firm's Wealth Management businesses.
Americans Worry About Basic Expenses in Retirement, but Silver Lining for Advisors
Americans today are most concerned about meeting basic living expenses in their retirement years according to the 2009 Investments and Retirement Survey from The Hartford Financial Services Group.
The Hartford is on a buying spree. In December, Simsbury, Connecticut-based The Hartford Financial Services Group acquired three businesses--TopNoggin, Sun Life Retirement Services, and Princeton...
The Hartford Snaps Up Sun Life Retirement Services, TopNoggin
The Hartford Financial Services Group recently acquired Boston-based Sun Life Retirement Services (RSI) from the U.S. division of Sun Life Financial Inc., and TopNoggin, a Powell, Ohio-based defined benefit and administrative consulting firm.
How's this for purchasing power: A generation of 77 million strong, comprising 27 percent of the U.S. population, with an estimated annual spending power of...