David F. Woods, CLU®, ChFC®, an MDRT member since 1970, received the John Newton Russell Memorial Award in 1997. He appears weekly on The Wealth Channel®. David.Woods@wcinput.com
A solid life insurance program is essential to the security of the American family’s financial plans. Read More >
David Szeremet, JD, CLU®, ChFC®, is second vice president of advanced marketing at Ohio National Financial Services. He is responsible for the advanced sales team that provides estate planning, executive benefits, business insurance and life insurance planning. David.Szeremet@wcinput.com
Pete Whipple is senior vice president and chief corporate actuary at Ohio National Financial Services. Pete is responsible for the actuarial portion of statutory and GAAP financial reporting at the company. Pete.Whipple@wcinput.com
Actuarial Guideline 38 (AG 38) goes far beyond actuarial minutiae. It is a trending issue that impacts the life insurance industry from both product and advanced planning perspectives. Read More >
Thomas R. Petersen, RHU®, is vice president at Petersen International Underwriters, a Lloyd’s coverholder specializing in specialty disability, international life and medical plans and also kidnap insurance in the U.S. Tom is a frequent writer and trade association presenter, including for MDRT. Thomas.Petersen@wcinput.com
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