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American Financial Buys Liberty's Workers Comp Group for $250M in Cash
American Financial Buys Liberty's Workers Comp Group for $250M in Cash Property and casualty insurer American Financial (AFG) agreed to buy Liberty Mutual's workers compensation business on Thursday for $250 million in cash. Lakeland, Fla.-based Summit Holdings Southeast provides workers compensation services in the 

Pre-Market Pulse: American International Group, Hartford Financial Services ...
On Tuesday, January 07, 2014, the U.S. equity market posted gains. The S&P 500 ended the day at 1,837.88, up 0.61%; the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 16,530.94, up 0.64%; and the NASDAQ Composite Index finished at 4,153.18, up 0.96%.

FNF Forms Black Knight Mortgage Tech Subsidiary
Title insurance company Fidelity National Financial is forming a new mortgage technology and services subsidiary called Black Knight Financial Services from its ServiceLink division and very recent acquisition Lender Processing Services. It has also 

House Financial Services Chairman to Seek Volcker Rule Change
Representative Jeb Hensarling, a Republican of Texas and chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, is expected to propose a bill that could open up a huge loophole in the rule. The proposed change could allow banks to create and own 

American Financial Services Executive Shares His First Time Experience in Mexico

An American executive from a world renowned financial services firm reflects on his first business trip to Mexico and talks about his impressions ...

Voices Dare to volunteer: Boosting African-American participation in the industry

It was too rare of an occurrence.

The American College of Financial Services’ Conference of African-American Financial Professionals, for the first time on Aug. 7, hosted three African-American presidents of financial services associations on the stage together.

African-Americans are woefully underrepresented in financial services, but we returned from the conference energized and reinvigorated.


Because what we saw and learned there can help financial advisors and the industry at large.

The event brought together in Washington, D.C. a record 630 financial professionals from all over the country as well as the three of us: Frank Paré, President of the Financial Planning Association (FPA); Angela Ribuffo, President, Women in Insurance and Financial Services (WIFS) and Elvin Turner, President-Elect of the Society of Financial Professionals (The Society of FSP). Through the seminars, breaks and lunches we became convinced that the key is engagement.

The Finance 202: This new crop of Democratic candidates is targeting Wall Street

Porter’s race against Walters — a onetime stockbroker and stalwart defender of President Trump — presents voters with a stark ideological choice. Yet Porter is hardly alone among Democratic newcomers this year advocating for stricter policing of the financial services industry. 

Their policy prescriptions run the gamut — from Amy McGrath, a former fighter pilot calling for tougher oversight of payday lenders in her bid against Rep. Andy Barr (R-Ky.); to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who backed a financial transaction tax in her upset primary victory over Rep. Joe Crowley (D-N.Y.). But they share a theme: A decade after the financial meltdown, Washington policymakers are focused on how far to go rolling back post-crisis restrictions on the industry at the heart of it. This crop of candidates wants to shove the debate in the other direction, finding new ways to curb what they call ongoing excesses. 

New polling — released exclusively to the Finance 202 — suggests there is popular support for cracking down on financial interests. Two-thirds of registered voters are more likely to support a candidate who campaigns on regulating big banks as part of a broader economic program

American General Financial Services loan question?

if you are applying for a loan at american general financial services, do you have to have good credit? Or will they look at your gross monthly income and consider that amount? thanks!

American General is a full-service lender. You will need established credit, although it need not be perfect or even great. Your income and it's source will play a part in their decision to grant or deny credit.