As the insurance industry and regulators are making headway dealing with stranger-originated life insurance transactions (STOLI), a new threat known as stranger-originated annuity transactions (STAT) is emerging.
The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA) has voted to adopt a new policy opposing STATs, and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners will hold a public hearing on STATs in Washington on May 20.
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