Zurich to Buy MetLife Property and Casualty Business
The Swiss insurance company said the deal would increase its presence across the United States.
U.S. Frees Prudential From ‘Too Big to Fail’ Label
The Financial Stability Oversight Council's decision means there are no longer any nonbanks subject to stricter, post-crisis oversight.
Carlyle Makes Insurance Move With Sedgwick Buy
In a $6 billion deal, the private-equity firm will replace KKR as the majority owner of Sedgwick, the largest U.S. insurance claims service provider.
Kentucky Senate Passes Workers’ Comp Reform
The sweeping measure would impose a 15-year cap on benefits for workers with certain injuries, eliminating the current lifetime payout.
Risk Management Costs Dove 5% in 2016
The main drivers were drops of 12% in the cost of covering property risks; 6% for workers’ compensation; and 5% for liability.
How to Boost Workers’ Take-Home Pay Without a Raise
Employers may not be receiving the best deals for employees because conflicts of interest that benefit other parties maybe working against them.
Quantifying Cyber Risks
Companies are clamoring for the data and information they need to manage their exposures.
MetLife Plans Separation of U.S. Retail Business
MetLife's "bold move" could set a precedent for other "systemically important" insurers seeking to avoid higher capital requirements.
Private Equity Firm Acquires Solera for $6.5B
The software provider is sold to Vista Equity Partners after announcing last month it was exploring strategic alternatives.
MetLife in Legal Showdown Over SIFI Label
The company says federal regulators erred in giving it the "systemically important" designation, which would subject it to stricter oversight.