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2018 CEFLI Midwestern and Western Regional Compliance Forums

Regional Compliance Forum

2018 CEFLI Midwestern and Western Regional Compliance Forums

All CEFLI member company representatives are invited to participate in the upcoming Midwestern and Western Regional Compliance Forums.  These Forums offer a unique opportunity to “connect” with other compliance and ethics professionals in the life insurance industry to share insights concerning strategies and programs to address current compliance challenges.

The Midwestern Regional Compliance Forum is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, October 24 at the offices of RiverSource Life Insurance Company in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  The Western Regional Compliance Forum is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, November 14 at the offices of The Standard Insurance Company in Portland, Oregon.  You can register to attend these Forms via the CEFLI website.

2018 CEFLI Annual Conference & Compliance Leadership Forum

2018 Annual Conference and Compliance Leadership Forum at the Le Meridien Hotel in Denver, Colorado on September 10-12.

2018 CEFLI Annual Conference and Compliance Leadership Forum - A Resounding Success!

CEFLI recently conducted its 2018 Annual Conference and Compliance Leadership Forum in Denver, Colorado on September 10-12.  The meetings were attended by compliance and ethics leaders from across the life insurance industry who convened to explore some of the most pressing challenges facing the life insurance industry today. 

Welcome to Mallory Bennett!

Welcome Mallory Bennett

Welcome to Mallory Bennett! CEFLI is pleased to announce the addition of Mallory Bennett to CEFLI’s staff.  Mallory will serve as CEFLI’s new Member Relations, Communications and Meeting Manager.  

Mallory has worked with CEFLI most recently by serving as a meeting coordinator for several of CEFLI’s in-person events including CEFLI’s recent Summit Meeting to explore The Future of Sales Standards in the Life Insurance Industry and CEFLI’s Compliance Fundamentals Training Conference.  

CEFLI Publishes 2018 Compliance & Ethics Benchmarking Survey Report

Summit Meeting

CEFLI Publishes 2018 Compliance & Ethics Benchmarking Survey Report

Over 60 companies participate in CEFLI’s Annual Compliance & Ethics Benchmarking Survey, provide insight on practices and trends that may be of interest to the life insurance industry's compliance and ethics professionals and senior management.

CEFLI will be conducting a webinar to explore strategies to promote “Ethics Awareness Month” (TBA)

Ethics

CEFLI will be inviting various member company representatives to discuss their strategies to promote ethics within their organizations as part of “Ethics Awareness Month” (TBA).

CEFLI Releases 2017 Compliance & Ethics Benchmarking Study Reports.

CEFLI Releases 2017 Compliance & Ethics Benchmarking Study Reports.

CEFLI’s sixth annual Compliance & Ethics Benchmarking Survey captures data on current compliance and ethics practices from 68 life insurers of varying sizes.

CEFLI is pleased to announce the release of its 2017 Compliance & Ethics Benchmarking Survey.  The Survey examined a broad range of areas including organizational structures, staffing, and budgeting of compliance and ethics departments within life insurance companies, as well as the key issues and challenges currently facing life insurance compliance and ethics professionals.

CEFLI member companies that responded to the Survey have already received an advance copy of the Full Report of the Survey's findings, which contains feedback from 68 life insurance companies of varying sizes presented in a 53 page compilation of all of the Survey data complete with charts and analysis of the results.

An Executive Summary of the Survey's key findings is also available for CEFLI member companies.  Non-member companies that responded to the Survey received the Executive Summary for their participation in the Survey.

CEFLI Publishes Anti-Money Laundering Survey Results

CEFLI has issued its Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Benchmarking Survey Report identifying the current state of life insurers’ AML programs.

The AML Benchmarking Survey was conducted to gather information about the current state of practices with respect to AML, antifraud and the filing of Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) as part of life insurers’ AML programs.

Overall, the AML Benchmarking Survey report confirms that life insurers are taking appropriate steps to monitor and report suspected financial crimes, and have built robust AML systems that are tailored to their company’s product offerings and distribution systems.

CEFLI Midwestern and Western Regional Compliance Forums

CEFLI conducts Regional Compliance Forums to allow member company representatives to meet one another and to gather informally to discuss current compliance issues identified by the participants in each Forum.

CEFLI Publishes Annuity Suitability Survey Results

CEFLI has issued its 2016 Annuity Suitability Benchmarking Survey Report identifying the current state of annuity suitability practices across life insurers of different sizes and with diverse products offerings and distribution channels.

CEFLI’s third Annuity Suitability Benchmarking Survey gathered significant data from 62 life insurers about the nature and scope of their annuity suitability review process.  The Survey serves as a way to gauge current annuity suitability compliance practices in the life insurance industry and to monitor year-to-year changes which may be important in identifying possible trends and issues for further review.

CEFLI Publishes 2016 Compliance & Ethics Benchmarking Survey

Over 70 companies participate in CEFLI’s fifth Annual Compliance & Ethics Benchmarking Survey, provide insight on practices and trends that may be of interest to the life insurance industry's compliance and ethics professionals and senior management.

CEFLI is pleased to announce the release of its 2016 Compliance & Ethics Benchmarking Survey. The Survey results represent collection and analysis of responses received from representatives of 72 life insurance companies of varying sizes throughout the industry.

The Survey was designed to gauge current practices regarding compliance and ethics-related issues across the life insurance industry.