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Genworth, GE and Unum need to shore up long-term care business: report

August 20, 2019

A new report questions the health of several insurers' long-term-care insurance businesses, including those of Genworth Financial Inc., General Electric Inc., Unum Group, Aegon Americas and Senior Health Insurance Co. of Pennsylvania. The situation...

States approving bigger rate increases for long-term care policies

May 7, 2019

States have given insurers the go-ahead to charge their customers much more money for long-term care insurance premiums in recent years, insurance company executives say, which has been a boon to the underwriters but is likely unwelcome news...

Genworth move could signal big shift in distribution of long-term-care insurance

March 14, 2019

Genworth Financial Inc.'s recent decision to halt sales of individual long-term-care insurance policies through brokers and agents and just go directly to consumers could represent an emerging trend among insurers. Genworth, the largest long-term-care...

GE expects $1.7 billion in rate increases for long-term care policies

March 7, 2019

General Electric expects to institute $1.7 billion in premium increases for its long-term care insurance policyholders over the next several years, the company said Thursday, making it the latest of several insurers to raise premiums for customers...

Insurers create pain points for advisers and clients

February 21, 2019

The insurance industry hasn't done itself any favors when it comes to earning the trust of financial advisers and their clients. Insurers have repeatedly frustrated these stakeholders by making business decisions that are seemingly contrary...

Genworth diverts $327 million to shore up long-term-care insurance

February 6, 2019

Genworth Financial Inc., the largest long-term-care insurer by number of policyholders, diverted $327 million before taxes in the fourth quarter in order to shore up the reserves it uses to pay LTC insurance claims. The amount, which came to...

Ohio National stokes adviser fears over annuity trail compensation

October 23, 2018

It's been a few weeks since Ohio National Financial Services Inc.'s bombshell announcement around annuity trail compensation, and financial advisers are still trying to make sense of its implications for them and the broader industry. One question...

States try to beat back rate increases on long-term-care policies

September 13, 2018

States have taken steps to limit the drastic rate increases plaguing the long-term-care insurance market, leading some experts to suggest that these insurance policies are worth a second look for financial advisers and consumers. More than three...

Genworth raises long-term-care insurance costs an average 58%

August 9, 2018

Genworth Financial Inc. received approval from state regulators this year to raise costs an average 58% on some long-term-care insurance policies, affecting tens of millions of dollars' worth of annual insurance premiums the company receives...

GE's long-term-care insurance woes are symptomatic of ailing industry

February 9, 2018

The long-term-care insurance industry is struggling, and executives and analysts have seized on General Electric Co.'s recent travails to illustrate the point. Nearly a month ago, General Electric Co. disclosed a $6.2 billion charge associated...

Filial laws put kids on the hook for parents' health-care costs

November 22, 2017

State laws known as filial responsibility laws have the potential to stick unwitting family members with relatives' hefty long-term-care costs. One of the best-known examples comes from a court case in Pennsylvania, in which a man was ordered...

Can Robert Moore save Cetera?

November 11, 2017

Cetera Financial Group's Halloween office party this year, CEO Robert Moore dressed up as the Cowardly Lion from the "Wizard of Oz." A more appropriate costume might have been Hercules, who famously completed 12 labors as a penance, since many...

China Oceanwide agrees to buy Genworth for $2.7 billion in cash

October 24, 2016

China Oceanwide Holdings Group Co. agreed to buy Genworth Financial Inc. for $2.7 billion in cash, pledging to help the U.S. firm manage its debt and strengthen life insurance units after it was hurt by higher-than-expected losses tied to long-term...

Advisers face big challenges in helping clients prepare for health-care costs in retirement

September 18, 2016

Health-care costs are the great unknown of retirement. Not only are health expenses rising quickly overall, but medical needs and conditions vary dramatically from person to person. There are several moving parts, from combinations of different...

Pacific Life expands reach in term life insurance market through Genworth acquisition

June 27, 2016

Pacific Life Insurance Co. is moving downstream in the term life insurance market to less affluent investors through an acquisition of Genworth Financial Inc.'s technology platform for new term-insurance business. Completion of the deal, announced...

Genworth to pay $219M to settle securities lawsuit related to long-term-care insurance

March 14, 2016

Genworth Financial Inc. has settled a class-action lawsuit alleging misrepresentations over its long-term-care insurance business for $219 million. Genworth, the largest long-term-care insurance carrier, announced after the market close on Friday...

Genworth doubles down on LTC business in challenging market

February 5, 2016

Genworth Financial Inc. is doubling down on its long-term care business unit amid a challenging market environment that's seen LTC sales dip markedly over the past several years and insurers suffer due to low interest rates. Genworth on Thursday...

Former Cetera owner Don Marron returns to the investment advice business

April 23, 2015

Donald Marron is back in the investment advice business. On Tuesday, Mr. Marron, chairman and founder of private equity investor Lightyear Capital, said the firm had agreed to take a majority stake in Wealth Enhancement Group, an independent...

Genworth eyes new approach to long-term-care insurance rate hikes

May 22, 2014

Plenty of industry observers have questioned the staying power of the long-term-care insurance industry, but one insurance company executive believes that his firm may have cracked the code to get carriers selling again. Tom McInerney, chief...

Indexed annuities gain popularity while rates remain low

February 23, 2014

Indexed annuities, long the black sheep of retirement products, are enjoying a wave of popularity among financial advisers grappling with low interest rates. Indexed annuities are a type of fixed annuity that credits clients' accounts with a...

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