Fights in Washington continue to rattle the U.S. major medical insurance market.
Low interest rates and tough new accounting rules continue to plague the life insurance and annuity markets.
Non-medical health insurance products continue to be the products that please the insurers’ chief financial officers as much as they please the sales and marketing times. Workers, and employers want to hear about the products, and insurers can write the products without causing securities and rating analysts to give them dirty looks. (read more)