Regulatory and Financial Reporting Changes Loom for Life Insurers

Many will stop selling universal life with secondary guarantees and half expect to make major design and pricing changes; CFOs to make only moderate changes to staffing levels despite lack of in-house talent.

INN Breaking News, January 15, 2014

Chris McMahon

Chief financial officers at North American life insurance companies expect to make only moderate changes to staffing levels despite being confronted with significant regulatory changes, according to a survey of chief financial officers by Towers Watson, a global professional services company. 

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