Month: October 2011
In the past several years, a number of criminal, regulatory, and civil claims have been filed by victimized investors, who have had monies and assets fraudulently diverted from their variable annuity contracts. Oftentimes, these variable annuity contracts are held in Individual Retirement Accounts and individual retirement annuity accounts maintained by trusting, unsophisticated investors, who are easily […]Read Post
On Wednesday, October 13th, Matthew John Ryan, a former Appointed Agent for The Hartford Life Insurance Company and Nationwide Life Insurance Company, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for his guilty plea relating to the theft of variable annuity contract assets transferred into his control from Hartford and Nationwide variable annuity contracts. Ryan admitted creating […]Read Post
In the past several years, we have seen the theft of millions of dollars of contractual benefits, assets, and coverages from variable annuity contracts issued by prominent, multi-billion-dollar financial services and insurance conglomerates, such as The Hartford and Nationwide Life Insurance Company. The scheme of the now-convicted felon and Appointed Agent for Hartford Life Insurance […]Read Post
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