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Pat Speer

  • One-in-Five Shop at Work for Life Insurance

    A recent study of Americans’ buying habits found that nearly 20 percent of Americans shopping for life insurance went through their place of work, according to a research report released by LIMRA.
  • Insurers Fail Trust Test

    In the insurance industry, “trust” is more than a shared concept; it’s a goal tied to business development, strategy and execution. Yet, according to a recent study, only 48% of consumers in the U.S. and the UK trust their insurance provider.
  • FIO Seeks Insurance Comments

    The Treasury Department’s Federal Insurance Office has issued a formal notice and request for comment on its study, mandated by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, looking into how to modernize and improve the country’s insurance regulatory system.
  • EDGAR Online Sees Record Growth in Q3 XBRL Filings

    EDGAR Online Inc., a global provider of XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language) software, services and data, reports that it experienced a 280% year-over-year increase in XBRL filings in the third quarter.
  • SEC Wants Cyber Attack Reports

    As insurers begin to digest the information released this week by the Financial Stability Oversight Council of the U.S. Treasury Dept. qualifying and clarifying systemic risk, the SEC issued guidelines that laid out the kind of information companies should disclose regarding cyber events that could lead to financial losses.
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