The insurance world generated plenty of news in 2015 – from new and proposed regulations to mergers and acquisitions to cybersecurity concerns.
All of the above generated InsuranceNewsNet stories that dominated our website. Most of these issues will continue generating news in 2016. And we’ll keep covering them.
To get you started on the new year’s news, here are the stories that you made our top 25 of 2015:
- DOL May Classify Indexed Annuities Same As Variable in New Rule
- UnitedHealth Might Pull Out of ACA Market; Agents Critical of Timing
- DOL Fiduciary Rule Would Slam Variable Annuities, Credit Suisse Says
- High-Income Social Security Filers May Lose $50K In Budget Deal
- NAIC OKs New IUL Illustration Rule
- Fiduciary Rule May ‘Bing’ Fixed Annuity Advisors
- House Passes Bill to Fatally Delay DOL Rule
- Questions On DOL Rule Focus On Preserving Annuity Business
- Fiduciary Fighters Press On After Budget Loss
- DOL Rule Has Big BICE Changes
- 'Get Ready’ For DOL Fiduciary Rule: Lawyer
- Annuities With GLBs Pose Risks To Financial System, FSOC Says
- NAIC Panel OKs New IUL Illustration Rules
- Net Income Falls At Lincoln, CNO Financial Group
- Fiduciary Rule Divides Fixed And Variable Annuity Worlds
- Genworth Still An LTC Player Despite Sale Talk
- What’s Behind Japanese Life Insurers Acquiring U.S. Companies?
- Former Iowa Insurance Regulator Mumford Dies
- Motivating Clients To Manage Their LTC Risks
- Anger Turns to Resignation in Face of DOL Rule
- Life Carriers Imposing Huge Rate Hikes On Some Policyholders
- DOL Likely To Spare FIAs, Analysts Say
- DOL Open to Changing Fiduciary Proposal
- NAIC to Examine DOL’s Proposed IRA Annuity Rules
- 90 Democrats Sign Letter Critical Of Fiduciary Rule
InsuranceNewsNet Senior Editor John Hilton has covered business and other beats in more than 20 years of daily journalism. John may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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