WINDSOR, Conn., June 10, 2013 — A new LIMRA study shows that 95 percent of life insurance beneficiaries are “satisfied” overall with their claims experience, yet there is greater opportunity when they are “extremely satisfied.”
What a Difference a Year Makes — Social Media Use Climbs More than 30 Percent By Life Insurers in 2011
LIMRA study reveals dramatic uptick as companies strive for competitive edge.
WINDSOR, Conn., March 24, 2015— A new LIMRA study of young financial professionals reveals 91 percent said they are satisfied with their careers.
WINDSOR, Conn., September 16, 2015 —New research from the LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute reveals that when affluent consumers are deeply engaged in personal retirement planning, 6 in 10 say that their trust in their advisors increases.
Windsor, Conn. and New York, N.Y. ; March 3, 2009 — A multi-faceted approach is the best way to enhance advisor performance, according to a major new study of distribution in the life insurance industry recently released by LIMRA and McKinsey & Company.
LIMRA-McKinsey Study Reveals Key Factors That Drive Financial Advisor Productivity Across Multiple Distribution Channels
Windsor, Conn., and New York, N.Y.; Nov. 13, 2012 — The economics of financial advisory distribution face numerous challenges, but pockets of opportunity remain, according to a major new study of experienced financial advisors, released today by LIMRA and McKinsey & Company.
WINDSOR, Conn., April 4, 2016– A new joint study by LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute and the Society of Actuaries reveals 53 percent of Chinese workers are uncertain if their savings will last through their retirement years.
As one woman working in an insurance claim department affirms, “Of all the things we do, this is our time to shine.”