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      Departure of DOL Secretary May Delay Fiduciary Rule Rewrite

      By | July 12th, 2019|Categories: News Alerts|

      The resignation of DOL Secretary Alexander Acosta on July 12 may impact the agency's rewrite of its controversial fiduciary duty rule, as it's unclear whether an Acting Secretary─not confirmed by the Senate, in other words─would [...]

      NAIFA-NYS Announces New Leadership Team

      By | July 3rd, 2019|Categories: Member News, New York Issues|

      NAIFA-NYS Announces New Leadership Team to Strengthen the Voice of Life Insurance Agents in New York Albany, New York, July 3, 2019 — A new leadership team of financial professionals from across New York State [...]

      NYS Assembly Passes Our CE Credit Bill, 101-0

      By | June 18th, 2019|Categories: NAIFA-NYS Legislative Updates, New York Issues, News Alerts|

      On June 18, the New York State Assembly approved unanimously—in a 101-0 vote—the NAIFA-NYS continuing education (CE) credit bill.  The legislation, which passed the NYS Senate 60-0 on June 7, would require the Superintendent of [...]

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          Departure of DOL Secretary May Delay Fiduciary Rule Rewrite

          July 12th, 2019|0 Comments

          The resignation of DOL Secretary Alexander Acosta on July 12 may impact the agency's rewrite of its controversial [...]

          NAIFA-NYS Announces New Leadership Team

          July 3rd, 2019|0 Comments

          NAIFA-NYS Announces New Leadership Team to Strengthen the Voice of Life Insurance Agents in New York Albany, New [...]

          NYS Assembly Passes Our CE Credit Bill, 101-0

          June 18th, 2019|0 Comments

          On June 18, the New York State Assembly approved unanimously—in a 101-0 vote—the NAIFA-NYS continuing education (CE) credit [...]

          NYS Senate Passes Our CE Credit Bill, 60-0

          June 7th, 2019|0 Comments

          In the afternoon of Tuesday, June 4 the NYS Senate passed our Continuing Education Credit bill (S4365) in [...]

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          Departure of DOL Secretary May Delay Fiduciary Rule Rewrite

          The resignation of DOL Secretary Alexander Acosta on July 12 may impact the agency's rewrite of its controversial fiduciary duty rule, as it's unclear whether an Acting Secretary─not confirmed by the Senate, in other words─would be comfortable taking on such a notorious project. According to the timeline that Secretary Acosta had announced prior to his resignation, the DOL was scheduled [...]

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          Departure of DOL Secretary May Delay Fiduciary Rule Rewrite

          July 12th, 2019|0 Comments

          The resignation of DOL Secretary Alexander Acosta on July 12 may impact the agency's rewrite of its controversial fiduciary duty rule, as it's unclear whether an Acting Secretary─not confirmed by the Senate, [...]

          307, 2019

          NAIFA-NYS Announces New Leadership Team

          July 3rd, 2019|0 Comments

          NAIFA-NYS Announces New Leadership Team to Strengthen the Voice of Life Insurance Agents in New York Albany, New York, July 3, 2019 — A new leadership team of financial professionals from across [...]

          1207, 2019

          Departure of DOL Secretary May Delay Fiduciary Rule Rewrite

          July 12th, 2019|0 Comments

          The resignation of DOL Secretary Alexander Acosta on July 12 may impact the agency's rewrite of its controversial fiduciary duty rule, as it's unclear whether an Acting Secretary─not confirmed by the Senate, [...]

          307, 2019

          NAIFA-NYS Announces New Leadership Team

          July 3rd, 2019|0 Comments

          NAIFA-NYS Announces New Leadership Team to Strengthen the Voice of Life Insurance Agents in New York Albany, New York, July 3, 2019 — A new leadership team of financial professionals from across [...]

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          Departure of DOL Secretary May Delay Fiduciary Rule Rewrite

          July 12th, 2019|0 Comments

          The resignation of DOL Secretary Alexander Acosta on July 12 may impact the agency's rewrite of its controversial fiduciary duty rule, as it's unclear whether an Acting Secretary─not confirmed by the Senate, in other words─would [...]

          NAIFA-NYS Announces New Leadership Team

          July 3rd, 2019|0 Comments

          NAIFA-NYS Announces New Leadership Team to Strengthen the Voice of Life Insurance Agents in New York Albany, New York, July 3, 2019 — A new leadership team of financial professionals from across New York State [...]

          NYS Assembly Passes Our CE Credit Bill, 101-0

          June 18th, 2019|0 Comments

          On June 18, the New York State Assembly approved unanimously—in a 101-0 vote—the NAIFA-NYS continuing education (CE) credit bill.  The legislation, which passed the NYS Senate 60-0 on June 7, would require the Superintendent of [...]

          NYS Senate Passes Our CE Credit Bill, 60-0

          June 7th, 2019|0 Comments

          In the afternoon of Tuesday, June 4 the NYS Senate passed our Continuing Education Credit bill (S4365) in a 60-0 vote — a big win for NAIFA-NYS advocacy.  The bill would grant three (3) CE [...]