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Massachusetts' Galvin to investigate alternative fund sales by advisers
Sales of 25 top 'liquid alts' mutual funds will come under greater scrutiny from the state regulator.
Advisers choosing hedge-style stock-pickers face 'beta' challenge
Closet indexing, market timing are among the risks in long-short equity: analysts.
15 years later, Nuveen Investments gets a go-ahead on ETFs
Money manager's rebooted efforts to sell ETFs get a nod from the Securities and Exchange Commission.
John Hancock buys New York Life's retirement unit; New York Life acquires block of John Hancock's life insurance biz
In a two-part tradeoff, John Hancock will acquire New York Life's Retirement Plan Services business, and New York Life will take on a block of John Hancock's life insurance business. One deals bolsters John Hancock's retirement reach and the other the other New York Life's insurance reserves.
The $20 billion MainStay Marketfield fund's chicken or egg problem
Fund performance sagged as assets ballooned and performance sagged – but the manager says his bad bets were the culprit.
Slow 2012 for VA sales as costs climb, insurers leave the space
After strong growth in 2010 and 2011, VA sales are expected to slow as products become less attractive, guaranteed-withdrawal percentages slide and fees continue to skyrocket.
New York Life splits life insurance, investment operations
Annuities to be slotted under the latter; retirement income boss Chris Blunt to oversee insurance
Ratings drop for U.S. won't hurt insurers, Moody's says
Four major life insurers with pristine Aaa ratings are likely to hold on to their status, provided that the United States' government bond rating doesn't fall by more than one rung
Triple-A rated insurers can handle a mild downgrade of U.S. debt
The ratings of four major life insurers with pristine Aaa ratings are likely to hold steady, provided the U.S.'s government bond rating doesn't fall by more than one rung.
Financial advisers, insurers hail GAO plug for immediate annuities
"A SIGNPOST' MORE MARKETING FULL PLATE Although encouraged by the results of a recent Government Accountability Office study that effectively endorses immediate annuities as a supplement to Social Security, financial advisers and insurers don't think that the GAO's imprimatur will lead to an
California insurance czar probes 10 insurers over lapsed policies
A slate of major life insurers — the 10 largest doing business in California — are under investigation for the way they handle dormant life insurance policies
Probe widens, as California examines how 10 life insurers handle dormant policies
The ten largest life insurers doing business in California are under the microscope over the way they handle dormant life insurance policies.
Insurers getting plenty of mileage out of LTC hybrids
Combination life and long-term care polices are gaining serious traction in the marketplace. One for-instance: Sales for Lincoln National's MoneyGuard are up 62 percent over the past year.
N.Y. Life to release longevity annuity product
Worried about outlasting your savings? Worry no more; N.Y. Life has you covered
Financial firms help Japan
Financial services firms — many with operations in Japan — are opening their corporate pockets in response to the country's disasters