Zurich plans to make 90 redundancies from its UK life business as part of cost cutting measures in light of the challenging economic environment.
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A pensioner who faked his own death and posed as his wife to fraudulently claim on his life insurance has been jailed for six years.
Ratings agency Fitch has warned that life companies which rely on independent financial advisers (IFA) to distribute their products could be negatively affected by the retail distribution review (RDR), and predicted a bright future for bancassurance.
Not only will the needs of each and every client who needs a protection policy differ, but advisers also have to factor in the different underwriting processes of providers...
(Updated) Friends Life is to separate its open and closed books of business as part of parent company Resolution's UK Life project.
Aegon today confirmed the sale of its UK-based life and pensions business Guardian to European private equity group Cinven, for a total cash consideration of £275m.
Royal London group received a boost from Scottish Life and 360° during the first half of 2011 but its protection arm suffered a 17% sales slump.
Buyout vehicle Resolution expects to have £500m of excess cash to return to shareholders over the next 12 months after completing its work examining the cash and capital position of Friends Life, its new proposition formed from the merger of Friends Provident and Axa's UK life and pensions business.
The Co-op may sell its £18bn life insurance business in a re-organisation instigated by new CEO Neville Richardson.
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