Senate Republicans to Add ACA Mandate Fight to Tax Fight
Hatch apologized to Senate Finance members about the sudden changes but said, "This is the way it is."
What Brighthouse Told Investors About Distribution
The insurer has described its hopes, and fears, in the first 10-Q it has issued as a stand-alone company.
Byrd Rule Rattles Senate as House Nears Tax Bill Vote
Drafters may have to make the bill cheaper, or round up at least votes from Democrats in the Senate.
Chubb Executive Now Heads Insurtech Standards Group
J. Spero Zacharias helps run a division that writes non-ACA health insurance products.
Scott Kicks Off Battle Over Senate Tax Bill Life Provisions
Scott would change provisions related to life reserves, proration and the cost of acquiring customers.
The U.S. Yield Curve Is Flattening and Here's Why It Matters
Insurers invest the reserves backing life and annuity contracts mainly in high-grade corporate bonds.
6 Ways the Senate Tax Bill Could Juice the Life Sector
What if they make lemonade out of the lemons, and you're the lemons?
China's Boom or Bust Market Seen Tempered by 401(k)-Style Funds
Leaders hope the accounts will push more money into long-term funds.
Junk-Bond Rout Snowballed After Wall Street Called Late Cycle
The supply is strong, and the earnings of the issuers have been weak.
China Makes Historic Move to Open Market for Financial Firms
The current non-Chinese ownership cap could go away in five years.