6 in 10 Life Insurance Industry Leaders Foresee External Disruptions within Next Five Years
LIMRA Conference in Orlando to Explore Emerging Distribution Trends, Issues
LIMRA Surveys Insurance IT Executives: Identifying Trends in Technologies Having the Most Impact over the Next Five Years
WINDSOR, Conn., Feb. 8, 2010—More than 80 percent of IT executives believe the increased need for business analytics and intelligence will have a considerable impact on insurance and financial services companies’ businesses in the next five years, according to a recent LIMRA global survey.
Technology Tops External Challenges Driving Change in the Life Insurance Industry
Two-thirds of life insurance executives worldwide say technology, such as artificial intelligence, automation and customer-service tools, will have the greatest impact on their company in the next five years, according to a recent study by LIMRA and Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
LIMRA Forecasts Positive Growth in U.S. Individual Life Insurance Market for the Next Four Years
LIMRA forecasts U.S. individual life insurance sales to grow slowly but relatively steady over the next several years.
One in Five U.S. Life Insurance Policies Sold Through Direct Marketing
WINDSOR, Conn., Mar. 8, 2010 — Sales through direct channels represented more than 20 percent of the policies, about five percent of premium sold, and 13 percent of the total face value in 2008 according to a new joint project conducted by LIMRA and LIDMA– the Life Insurance Direct Marketing Association.
LIMRA: Sales Potential for Underinsured Life Insurance Market Doubles in Six Years
WINDSOR, Conn., Sept. 6, 2011 — A new LIMRA study has quantified the sales potential in the life insurance market of underinsured households in the U.S.