American Council Of Life Insurance

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DEFINITION of 'American Council Of Life Insurance'

An association of American life insurance carriers based in Washington D.C. The American Council of Life Insurance deals with legislation on all levels of government that pertains to the treatment of life insurance. The council also promotes the life insurance industry to the public through various means of advertising and communication.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'American Council Of Life Insurance'

The council acts as a spigot for the stream of information pertaining to life insurance that reaches the public. Both stock and mutual life carriers are members of the council as they have a full understanding of the industry and the array of available products.

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