This webinar will describe the size of the life insurance opportunity, how the industry defines adequacy, and offers several approaches to increase sales by questioning the ways in which the industry thinks about life insurance.
This webinar, the first of two parts, will discuss the new “best interest" standard and related supervision requirements for insurers and intermediaries operating in New York under Amendment No. 1 to New York Insurance Regulation 187.
For the first time ever, we will discuss not only the issues that will experience meaningful change in 2018 compared to 2017, but also address the trends that may impact the financial services industry over the next 3 to 5 years.
Interact with select results from LIMRA's 2010 U.S. Life Insurance Ownership Study and receive instant, customized analysis with the click of a button! You can view ownership and related results by standard income and age groups or refine the results to define your market.
WINDSOR, Conn., Jan. 26, 2016 — A new LIMRA study using behavioral economics finds consumers are more likely to buy life insurance when people similar to themselves own coverage.
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Despite the fact that more than 80 percent of Americans believe life insurance is a valuable more than half of U.S. households don’t have enough life insurance.
Life Insurance Ownership Across the Generations: Results from LIMRA’s 2010 Life Insurance Ownership Study (2011)
In 2010, LIMRA conducted the Life Insurance Ownership Survey to see how well the industry was reaching U.S. households and meeting their life insurance needs. While other reports have described overall trends in life insurance ownership, this report identifies opportunities within each generation —Generation Y, Generation X, Baby Boomers, and the Silent Generation.