For the first time since the law was passed, the administrative burden of ACA compliance surpassed the excise tax as the top concern for employers in Mercer’s seventh health care reform survey, conducted in January of this year.
Thomas F. Mulligan, president and CEO of Franklin Lakes, N.J.-based Western World Insurance Group, will retire from the firm following its acquisition by Validus Holdings.
Lawley Insurance added to its New York City region footprint by acquiring S. Turteltaub Sons of Bayonne, N.J.
Although insurance companies are generally confident in their existing risk management and control processes, some firms still have work to do as they prepare to file a new regulatory requirement for the U.S. insurance industry.
Heffernan Insurance Brokers, a large, full-service, independent insurance brokerage firm based east of San Francisco, has purchased the assets of Pilot Employee Benefits of Melville, N.Y.
California clinics are the first to use the PointCare mobile screening and enrollment tracking tool with CalFresh food stamp option in preparation for second Obamacare enrollment.
Commercial insurance buyers will face improving pricing conditions throughout 2015, due in part to further softening in the property insurance line, an influx of new capital from non-traditional sources and an easing of pricing pressure on the casualty market, according to Willis Group.
The National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (PIA National) has named The Heffner Agency of New York City as the recipient of its 2014 Managing General Agency of the Year Award.
Berkley FinSecure, a Maryland-based W .R. Berkley company, announced the formation of Berkley Crime, an operating unit focused solely on offering a wide range of crime related insurance products.
Insurance consultants were shocked recently to learn that Obama administration rules allow large companies to offer 2015 worker health plans that don’t include hospital benefits. Now the Obama administration is concerned too.
MetLife has provided a $150 million agricultural mortgage loan to one of largest domestic producers and traders of farm commodities in Brazil.
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A New Jersey woman pleaded guilty for submitting fraudulent healthcare claims that totaled more than $500,000 to her insurer over a two-year span. Read »
Federal authorities have accused a central Pennsylvania insurance agent of running a decades-long investment scam that conned 30 clients out of more than $1.5 million.