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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Current Interest Rate Environment

Mar 26, 2020

How is the current interest rate environment impacting the financial services industry?

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Current Interest Rate Environment (Infographic)

Mar 25, 2020

How is the current interest rate environment impacting the financial services industry?

Spotlight on Retirement: Asia (Infographic)

May 15, 2018

In Asia, rapidly aging populations, demographic shifts, and changing family structures are causing an enormous retirement challenge. Learn how insurers can help.

LIMRA: Advisors Adjust Their Practices in Light of Coronavirus

A LIMRA survey of 550 advisors revealed how they are adapting to meet the needs of their clients as the country faces the safety and economic challenges as a result of coronavirus.

LIMRA: Coronavirus Pandemic Erodes Americans’ Confidence and Fuels Financial Concerns

A new LIMRA study finds just 25% of Americans have a favorable view of the economy, down from 56% in January 2020, which marked the highest consumer sentiment about the economy since LIMRA began tracking the metric in 2008. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, more than half (57%) of Americans are very or extremely concerned about the economy.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Travel Restrictions (Infographic)

Mar 25, 2020

How is COVID-19 affecting travel in the financial services industry?

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Employees in Financial Services (Infographic)

Mar 25, 2020

Learn how COVID-19 is affecting employees in the financial services industry.

LIMRA Finds Interest in Careers as Life Insurance Agents Increased in 2020

COVID-19 and social distancing measures upended many industries resulting in a record-high unemployment rate of 14.7% in April 2020. While the economy is slowly recovering, some market sectors continue to struggle. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in hospitality, transportation, health services and construction were among the greatest hit by the recession.