DeMinico to Run Independent Distribution at AXA
AXA hopes to expand life sales through banks, wirehouses and broker general agents.
Dimon Says Unwinding QE May Be More Disruptive Than You Think
The banker scoffs at the idea of making uncertain things certain.
Republicans Won't Stop Fighting With Each Other
The same Republicans who hate the GOP health bills might hate the GOP tax bills.
Men, Millennials Driving Rise of Fintech
Fintech adoption among consumers has surged globally over the past 18 months — in the U.S. it’s doubled since 2015 — and an average of 33% of digitally active consumers across 20 markets now use fintech.
‘Bonds Are Winning,’ PGIM Says as JPMorgan Warns of Complacency
Robert Tipp sees a huge shadow supply of excess labor.
Illinois Ends Impasse, Easing Imminent Risk of Cut to Junk
The deal leaves the state with a $160 billion pension plan funding shortfall.
Feed Me Tacos and Tell Me I’m Pretty
Being an advisor is all about balancing marketing wants and marketing resources.
SEC Clears MetLife to Complete Brighthouse Spinoff
Brighthouse is on track to begin independent corporate life as one of the biggest life insurance companies in the U.S.
The World’s 5 Fastest-Growing Life Insurance Markets
Insurers in the top growth country can celebrate with caviar.
ANZ Said to Narrow Bidders in $3 Billion Sale of Wealth Unit
The finalists are AIA, MetLife and Zurich.