Life Insurance News
While business owners work to sustain their operations, few report making the necessary arrangements to protect their businesses for the long-term, according to a new study by MassMutual.
FINRA has censured and fined Charles Schwab & Co. Inc. $2 million for net capital deficiencies and related supervisory failures.
Federal and New York regulators filed a lawsuit in federal court against two companies, alleging they deceived consumers about the costs and risks of their pension advance loans.
MetLife Inc.’s fight to free itself from a costly government label is increasingly focusing on a bold argument: The giant insurer isn’t actually a U.S. financial company.
Insurance industry jobs are on the rise, according to the U.S. Labor Department Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Data released earlier this month show nearly every segment of the industry up compared … Read →
Jackson National Life Insurance Company announced the launch of LifePay, the company’s first lifetime income benefit option within the Jackson AscenderPlus Select fixed index annuity.
MetLife Solutions Group has consolidated its New Jersey offices in Piscataway and Cranford to become one major hub which in the Iselin section of Woodbridge Township, and is looking to hire.
Despite the retirement and pending retirement of Baby Boomers, annuity sales are faltering and may not rebound, according to an online informational resource.
Eileen C. McDonnell, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Penn Mutual Life, has been named The American College of Financial Services’ 2015 Huebner Gold Medal recipient.
Japan’s fourth-largest life insurer is in talks to buy U.S.-based life insurance and employee benefits firm Symetra Financial.