Execs: Life insurers likely can cope with Labor’s fiduciary rule

Several CEOs of life insurance companies are describing the likely impact of the Labor Department's fiduciary rule as "manageable," even as they expect costs to increase. "I think most companies who are effective in how they implement the requirements of new regulations can do it on an economical manageable basis," says Dennis Glass of Lincoln National.

InsuranceNewsNet online (5/16)