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Insurance Immersion, March 2020

3/18/2020 - 3/20/2020

Learn more about life insurance and annuity products, function, and terminology through this instructor-led, activity based training.

2020 Life Insurance Conference

4/20/2020 - 4/22/2020

Attend the 2020 Life Insurance Conference to network with your peers and leading industry experts as we look at the key trends that will shape our future and help us exceed expectations as an industry.

2020 LIMRA Annual Conference

10/25/2020 - 10/27/2020

The LIMRA Annual Conference is one of the largest gatherings of senior executives representing diverse sectors of the financial services industry.


Sales of Life Combination Products Plummeted in 2020

After strong results in 2019, total new premium for individual life combination products decreased 23% to $3.7 billion in 2020, according to LIMRA’s 2020 U.S. Individual Life Combination Products Annual Review. There were approximately 421,000 policies sold in 2020, down 7% compared with 2019 results.

LIMRA/LOMA Named Finalist in Asia Insurance Industry Awards 2020

LIMRA/LOMA, both part of LL Global, were recently named as a finalist for the 24th Asia Insurance Industry Awards, which is a mark of excellence and peer group endorsement for insurance players and professionals in the market.

2020 Insurance Barometer Study Reveals a Significant Decline in Life Insurance Ownership Over the Past Decade

Over the past decade, U.S. life insurance ownership has fallen 9 percentage points to 54%, according to the 2020 Insurance Barometer Study. Researchers attribute the drop in ownership to a broad decline in employer-paid group life insurance benefits over the past 10 years.

LIMRA Forecasts Rebound for Whole Life and Term Products in 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has triggered significant challenges for the life insurance industry. Historically low interest rates and continued market volatility combined with higher unemployment and operational disruptions caused by social distancing measures contributed to the decline in life insurance sales in the first half of 2020.