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Darwin Bayston of The Life Insurance Settlement Association discusses why investors get into the life settlement industry.
Citigroup says the customers it can gain from Google Wallet will more than make up for fee hit.
American International Group's share sale is scaring off future investors, say industry experts.
Wells Fargo, Bank of America and JPMorgan hope a new electronic payment platform could be a revenue generator.
American International Group's share sale may meet a collective yawn from Wall Street.
Analysts expect life insurers to report solid second quarter results after most insurance companies reported stronger than expected earnings for the first quarter.
The losses from the recent catastrophes along with an active hurricane season could wipe out any investors' hopes of buybacks or dividends.
The Hartford sells its bank to CenterState and other insurers could follow suit.
Several banks are likely to profit from the funding of jumbo mortgage loans as the government sponsored enterprises start their retreat.
Banks are trying to adopt social media, but some are unsure of the benefits.