A company in business for 37 years has, without doubt, seen structured settlement annuity issuers come and go. Generally when a company leaves they issue notices to all appointed agents. If that doesn't do it, perhaps the industrial sized can of branded cashews that no longer arrives at Christmas time will. In a business where attention to detail is crucial, somehow the well publicized exits of 3 life insurers from the business have slipped one company's attention for about 5 years.
At the brink of 2018, the subject structured settlement brokerage firm still lists Allstate, John Hancock and Symetra as structured settlement annuity issuers when the subject companies have not issued structured settlement annuities for about 5 years. What is reasonable slippage of the business mind?
Annuity Issuer Exited Structured Settlements
Allstate Life February 2013
John Hancock Life March 2013
Symetra Life December 2012
On the plus side Executive Life is not on their website.