Edward Netherland, a Nashville insurance executive who moved to the U.S. Virgin Islands amid several lawsuits and questionable investment proposals, was found dead in a secluded rental home in the ... Read →
Harland Stonecipher, an insurance salesman whose legal problems after a 1969 car crash prompted him to launch a concept designed to provide coverage to for people against future legal costs passed away at age 76.
A.M. Best has revised the outlook to stable from negative and affirmed the financial strength rating of A- (Excellent) and the issuer credit ratings of “a-” of Delaware Life Insurance Co.
The 24 publicly traded life and annuity stocks followed in a Best’s special report underperformed the S&P 500 index during the third quarter of 2014, with Voya faring well and Genworth disappointing.
Primerica, Inc. announced that its Board of Directors has authorized a share repurchase program for 2015, pursuant to which the Company expects to repurchase up to $150 million of its common stock.
A.M. Best has downgraded the financial strength rating to B++ (Good) from A- (Excellent) and the issuer credit rating to “bbb+” from “a-” of Affinity Mutual Insurance Company (AMIC), based in Lima, Ohio.
Workers don’t get a pass this year on big health insurance decisions if they’re not shopping in an Affordable Care Act marketplace. Employer medical plans — where most working-age folks get coverage — are changing too.
Total U.S. annuity sales reached $58.2 billion in the third quarter this year, falling 2% from the same period in 2013.
The small business market for insurance is likely to see significant change leading to consolidation in coming years, according to a new study by Conning.
Chief claim officers (CCOs) from U.S. property & casualty insurance companies said loss cost containment and delivering superior customer service are their top claim operational goals, according to Towers Watson.
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Jeffrey B. Cohen, the Baltimore-area nightclub insurance company owner accused of money laundering, fraud and plotting to attack a judge, has fired his lawyers and decided to represent himself.