How one financial firm successfully rebranded — and reached millions of consumers in the process
CMO Ann Glover discusses Voya’s rebranding efforts, social media strategy and the launch of Voya Born to Save.
Closing the sale: an app for the iPad
SVP and head of Insurance Sales Marketing Kurt Fasen discusses the Voya Life Journey mobile selling system.
Why You Should Save for Retirement Income Not a Big Nest-Egg Number
Interview with retirement president Rich Linton focuses on retirement income and four key factors in planning for income in retirement: Social Security, longevity, health care and taxes. Voya research finds that 59% of workers are extremely or very concerned about outliving their savings.
The World’s Most Ethical Companies® Executive Briefing
As a 2014 World’s Most Ethical Company award winner by Ethisphere Institute, Voya is featured in an executive briefing with CEO Rod Martin sharing insights on Voya’s ethics and culture. “Our core values are a foundational element for our strategies and actions as we set out to be America’s Retirement Company.”
Voya Financial Launches Voya Life Journey Mobile Selling System
Article announcing the launch of the Voya Life Journey mobile selling system.
Love & Money: The Money Talk With Your Partner
James Nichols, head of retirement income and advice strategy, authored blog posting on how couples - at every stage - can work together to achieve financial stability and retirement readiness.
Finding Steady Ground In Balancing Your Clients’ Portfolio
Article on balancing clients’ portfolios in 2015 by Voya Financial Advisors’ president Tom Halloran.
For important money tasks, should you DIY or go pro?
Retirement president Rich Linton is quoted, noting that "As life events change, understanding your protection needs is important. Working with an advisor allows you to assess those needs and tie back to your financial plan."
Studying Sustainable Finance
Voya is featured in an article highlighting attendees of a Columbia University sustainability conference.
CR Leaders: Amy Springsteel, Director of Corporate Responsibility, Voya Financial
Amy Springsteel discusses Voya’s approach to corporate responsibility.
Protecting Your Clients' Portfolios From Unpredictable Expenses
Voya Retirement Coach on how advisors can help client plan for unpredictable expenses while still saving enough for retirement.
Look Beyond Short-Term Investment Patterns
Voya Retirement Coach recommends that investors “ignore the predictions and stick to the pursuit of long-term goals, including retirement readiness.”
Five Facts You May Not Know About Retirement Income... But Should
Voya Retirement Coach with five facts you may not know about retirement income…but should. It’s easier to plan when you translate savings into monthly income, don’t forget about risks such as taxes, inflation and market risks and consider bond investment risks and health care costs.
The 5 Best Tweet Tactics from Voya’s #Borntosave Campaign
SimplyMeasured blog explores our #BorntoSave campaign to illustrate how to implement a successful social media campaign. Blogger Lucy Hitz notes that “this campaign has a lot to teach us about driving specific action from a social campaign”.
Portfolio Rebalance: Weighing Risk vs. Future Income
Broker-dealer president Tom Halloran offers ideas on how to weigh risk versus future income in an investment portfolio. “Having the right balance of fixed income in any portfolio could help you take advantage of today’s market, but also manage risk (and later, your need for income) when it comes to investing for the long term.”
3 Financial Questions Millennials Should Ask Themselves
Voya Retirement Coach offers tips for millennials, noting Voya research and encouraging readers to know their financial goals and net worth, as well as take steps to protect their financial stability and income through an emergency fund and life and disability insurance coverage.
For the Kids: The Gift that Keeps on Giving
Voya’s Rich Linton, president of Large Corporate and Individual Markets for Retirement Solutions, encourages parents to consider a “gift that keeps on giving” for their children this holiday season with an investment in a basic savings account, a college fund, or a retirement account, describing the benefits of all three. Linton also references the Voya Born to Save program as a means to help parents jump start savings, citing the program’s enrollment deadline today.
Travel in Style in Retirement
Voya Retirement Coach blog posting on travel in retirement highlighting Voya research and myOrangeMoney
Advancing retirement readiness is about “getting personal”
Rich Linton, president of large institutional corporate and individual markets, authors an executive perspective on innovation in the financial services industry.