Jenkintown, PA (PRWEB) February 5, 2010
Meyer-Chatfield, the specialist Bank Owned Life Insurance (BOLI) consultancy is proud to announce the launch of the Meyer-Chatfield Research Department website. The site provides bankers with free access to the company's research on the economics, regulation and mechanics of BOLI investments.
The site is packed full of articles, white papers, regulatory bulletins and other educational resources compiled by Meyer-Chatfield's in-house research team, strategic partners and affiliates.
Until now the team's research has only been available to the firm's executives and existing clients. Following the launch of the site, every banker that gets an access password is not just educated about BOLI, but has the opportunity to become a real expert. Free access to top quantity information, written in plain English by industry specialists, takes the legwork out of mastering BOLI.
Meyer-Chatfield's research group consists of actuaries, accountants, financial analysts and BOLI product specialists, all dedicated to excellence in BOLI plan implementation. The team works closely with leading insurance carriers and the company's sales team to ensure that every bank client benefits from safe, sound, yield enhanced BOLI investments.
By publishing a wealth of information in a single place, we are proud to deliver the industry's best research - free of charge to approved bank personnel. Everything you need to become your bank's BOLI expert is available at Meyer-Chatfield's Research Department.
Meyer-Chatfield.com, the web's most comprehensive source of BOLI information, provided by Meyer-Chatfield.
Meyer-Chatfield has been helping banks find innovative and secure BOLI investment strategies since 1992. We make banks stronger by introducing new and progressive BOLI products from a wide array of highly rated carriers that provide diversified returns to a bank's balance sheet. We're recognized as a leader in BOLI because we understand the importance and mechanics of risk management. Our 360-degree BOLI evaluation strategy considers not just market risks but many more subtle factors including administration, reputation, diversification and much more.