Pacific Life is considering an acquisition of Genworth’s term-life platform for new policies and a building in Virginia.
According to WalletHub.com’s latest state rankings of financial literacy, many Americans have not learned lessons of the past, from the Great Recession to the comparatively recent housing bubble burst.
New York has reached an agreement with seven major health insurers to ensure they will cover treatment for Hepatitis C in the state.
Advocates for ex-convicts held high hopes for the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion that promised to deliver insurance to previously excluded single adults, but Maryland’s prison agency is signing up fewer than a tenth of those who leave prisons and jails.
Global insurance brokerage and risk management company Integro Insurance Brokers Holdings has acquired London-based Lloyd’s broker Croton Stokes Wilson Holden.
An insurance agent operating out of Brooklyn, N.Y., will serve up to 12 years in prison after pleading guilty to scamming elderly victims of nearly $4.5 million since 2008.
New York has ordered health insurers that provide individual coverage through the state health exchange to allow victims of domestic violence to enroll at any time.
Richard Poppa, who has led The Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of New York (IIABNY) as president and CEO for nearly 20 years, will retire at the end of 2016.
The Hilb Group has acquired Clark-Mortenson Insurance, a New Hampshire-based insurance and financial services agency with operations in Vermont.
Ameritas Life has completed the acquisition of Security Life and Security Health Insurance Company of America.