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Adding Some Life to Marriage

by Sunanda Roy, Country Head – Bank Of Baroda Channel, IndiaFirst Life Insurance Company Limited
 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 

Planning and Caring for Special-Needs Children

From Diagnosis to Estate Planning: Roadblocks Leave Families Overwhelmed and Financially Under Protected
by Molly Hanzelka, 
Senior Manager, Annuity Operations Transformation, Transamerica

Executive Summary

Mental Health Disorders

Insurability (Life & Health)
by Nicolas 
Denys, Head Of Employee Benefits, Group Risk Management, AXA Group

1. Mental Health…a growing concern for the society

Life Insurers: The Unsung Heroes

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 “Let sleeping dogs lie,” an expression that has been around since the 13th century, gained fame from Geoffrey Chaucer.[1] It refers to a belief that dogs are unpredictable when suddenly disturbed, so it might be better not to disturb them, because the situation could get unpredictably worse.

Genetic Testing and Insurance Implications (Full Report)

Genetic testing and insurance implications: Surveying the US general population about discrimination concerns and knowledge of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA)

Anya E.R. Prince, JD, MPP*[1], Wendy R. Uhlmann, MS, CGC[2], Sonia M. Suter, JD, MS[3], & Aaron M. Scherer, PhD[4]

 

And They Say Actuaries Look Through a Rearview Mirror…

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 The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines an actuary as, “A person who calculates insurance and annuity premiums, reserves, and dividends.”i The U.S. Society of Actuaries’ (SOA) and Casualty Society of Actuaries’ (CAS) joint website, “Be an Actuary,” expands on this definition, stating that actuaries are experts in:ii

The Biggest Issue with Global Aging

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Exploring why global aging and the associated protection gaps are not being appropriately addressed in society.

The World Economic Forum

Genetic Testing and Insurance Implications (Executive Summary)

Genetic testing and insurance implications: Surveying the US general population about discrimination concerns and knowledge of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA)