Justin Suter

Justin is a Senior Research Associate for Annuity Monitor and Life Insurance Monitor at Corporate Insight.

Email: jsuter@corporateinsight.com

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Life Insurance Monitor Awards: USAA, AXA and State Farm Stand out for Stellar Mobile Resources

January 27, 2017 by
Americans’ increasing reliance on mobile devices is disrupting how firms market and tailor their services to clients. Due to the proliferation of mobile services across the full spectrum of financial services, Life Insurance Monitor examined client mobile resources as an award category for the first time in our 2016 Life Insurance Monitor Awards Report. For […]

Department of Labor Fiduciary Rule Update: Prepping Advisors for Compliance

September 26, 2016 by
The Department of Labor released a preliminary of version of its fiduciary rule on April 14, 2015 and the finalized version was made public a year later on April 6, 2016. Although September 6 marked five months since the rule’s release, it continues to be surrounded by ambiguity and uncertainty; an unfortunate situation furthered by […]

What Is the DOL’s Proposed Fiduciary Rule? Investors Don’t Know but Would Like to Find Out

April 05, 2016 by
On February 23, 2015, President Barack Obama called on the Department of Labor to update its rules and requirements to ensure financial advisors put their clients’ best interests above their own. “It’s a very simple principle,” Obama said, “You want to give financial advice, you’ve got to put your client’s interests first.” The DOL released […]

TIAA-CREF is now TIAA: Rebranding through a Brand New Website

March 30, 2016 by
In early March, TIAA-CREF rebranded to TIAA and launched a completely redesigned TIAA.org public site. What separates TIAA’s redesign from other revamps is that the changes are all tailored to contribute to reconceiving not just the physical website, but the firm’s brand, image and mission. The public site press release announcing the rebranding quotes TIAA’s […]

INSQUIK: An Instant Industry Disruptor?

February 17, 2016 by
The underwriting process in the life insurance industry in the U.S. can be frustratingly deliberate, taking up to six weeks for a healthy individual to receive coverage provided a mandatory medical examination reveals no surprises. In an article on Daily Fintech, Rick Huckstep notes within the life insurance industry, “the top five choices for term […]

Introducing State Farm: The Newest Member of Our Life Insurance Monitor Coverage Group

October 29, 2015 by
This month, Corporate Insight is adding State Farm to our Life Insurance Monitor coverage group, and will track the firm in our publications going forward. State Farm was founded in 1922 by George Jacob Mecherle as an auto insurance company for farmers. Today, State Farm’s offerings span over 100 products and services in five different […]

Are you Physically and Fiscally Fit? Life Insurers Challenge Clients to 4.01k Races

August 13, 2015 by
Millions of Americans are at risk of running out of money in retirement as, in general, Americans are living longer but saving less. This worrisome phenomenon has sparked a new trend that is beginning to take root in the life insurance industry: the sponsorship of 4.01k races, road races stretching 4.01 kilometers, or about 2.5 […]