American Council of Life Insurance


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American Council of Life Insurance

A lobbying organization for companies in the United States offering life insurance, retirement plans, long-term care insurance, and similar products. It presses for legislation favorable to the industry, conducts events, and provides networking activities for members. It is based in Washington, D.C.
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American Council of Life Insurance, 1992, 1994, and 1995, Life Insurance Fact Book (Washington, D.C.: ACLI).
Richard Schweiker, of the American Council of Life Insurance, offered this opinion: "I think it will go through, but you can't change 14 percent of the economy overnight.
American Council of Life Insurance (ACLI), 1992 Life Insurance Fact Book, Washington, D.C., 1992.
He has held several board member positions at industry associations throughout his career, including the American Council of Life Insurance (ACLI), and is a contributing author to The Handbook of Employee Benefits, published by McGraw Hill.
NOLHGA has been coordinating with the New York Liquidation Bureau and the American Council of Life Insurance (ACLI) on behalf of the 39 life insurance companies who are voluntarily supporting the plan to address the remaining technical components and implement it.
Before joining CUNA, Mica was an executive vice president of the American Council of Life Insurance after serving in Congress.
Working closely with a task force of chief executive officers, the American Council of Life Insurers (then called the American Council of Life Insurance) created the framework for the fledgling organization, recruited its first executive director, Robert Googins, and provided the seed money and office space.
The data were collected by the American Council of Life Insurance (ACLI) and the Life Insurance Marketing and Research Association (LIMRA) in 1984 as part of a major survey of U.S.
The percentage of delinquent hotel loan principal reported by the American Council of Life Insurance (ACLI) peaked at 15.89 percent during the second quarter of 1992, and had declined to 14.29 percent by the end of 1992.
The article concludes with some recommendations that the financial regulatory agencies collect more detailed information on commercial mortgages, following the example set by the American Council of Life Insurance for life insurance company investments.
Griswald is counsel of record on the amici curiae brief for the alliance, the American Council of Life Insurance, the American Insurance Association, the Health Insurance Association of America and the National Association of Independent Insurers.
The American Council of Life Insurance immediately issued a statement that contended that, "The fact is, the vast majority of claims made for benefits are paid promptly -- in the normal course of business."
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