WINDSOR, Conn., Mar. 19, 2010 — A panel of senior insurance executives is featured at the 2010 Life Insurance Conference, which will be held April 13-15, in Washington, D.C.
Hosted by Frank Keating, president and CEO of American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI), the executive panel will share their opinions about the challenges facing the industry in today’s business environment, discuss the impact innovation will have on products, marketing and distribution; and where they think the opportunities lie in both the near and long term.
Joining Keating are: Theodore Mathas, chairman, president and CEO of New York Life Insurance Company; and John Walters, president and COO of Hartford Life, Inc. The panel is one of a number of compelling sessions included in this year’s conference.
The conference theme, New Opportunities—Anchored in Tradition, focuses on the infinite possibilities presented under these unique circumstances, especially with the very products and services that the life insurance industry has traditionally offered. The sessions provide information and strategies to help life insurance professionals of all disciplines understand the issues facing the industry; learn about product development and cutting-edge market research; and discover best practices about management, operations and marketing.
The Life Insurance Conference is hosted annually by LIMRA, LOMA, Society of Actuaries and ACLI. More than 400 life insurance industry professionals from companies across the globe will attend the Life Insurance Conference to gain insights on the latest industry developments and equip themselves with solutions to address the complex challenges they face every day.
LIMRA is a worldwide research, consulting and professional development organization that helps more than 850 insurance and financial services companies in 73 countries increase their marketing and distribution effectiveness. Visit LIMRA at www.limra.com.