LifeSearch is encouraging protection advisers to increase sales of family income benefit (FIB) products.
Britons are leaving mortgages worth £245bn unprotected, according to new research.
Half of co-habitating Britons do not have any life insurance and many could not afford a funeral if their partner or spouse died, new research has found.
Friends Life has completed its full launch with the unveiling of its individual protection proposition for IFAs.
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Aviva paid 92.5% of critical illness (CI) claims during the first six months of the year.
Avelo Exchange has added Engage Mutual's guaranteed 50 plus life cover plan to its service becoming the first to do so in the intermediary market.
Aegon has increased its medical underwriting limits for its life and critical illness (CI) protection proposition.
Prudential CEO Tidjane Thiam today told the FSA the UK will not benefit from a new regulator which is overly-prescriptive and stunts financial services.
More than half of those with life cover fail to upgrade after significant changes in their circumstances, according to Sainsbury's Life Insurance.
Gay people are taking out higher sums assured for life insurance, according to new research.
Legal & General has raised its medical evidence limits for life and critical illness (CI) cover.
Insurers must pay life insurance claims in four weeks following the ABI's decision to slash its guidance time for the process.
Cuna Mutual Group has announced a deal to distribute LV='s term life assurance to its network of building societies.
More than half of UK adults hold no life insurance despite being highly aware of the importance of having it and other protection products, according to research.
Aviva paid almost 95% of critical illness (CI) claims and 99.6% of those resulting from death last year.
Scottish Provident paid 98% of its life cover claims in 2010.
Insurers have agreed to continue not using genetic test results for the vast majority of insurance policies until 2017.
The government has announced plans to abolish life assurance premium relief (LAPR) in the budget.
Bupa has raised medical underwriting limits on its life and critical illness plans.
Life insurers are ‘living in the dark ages' and stigmatising HIV positive clients meaning their needs are not being met, according to research.
PruProtect has unveiled a mobile quote facility and improved digital communications for advisers to use on its life and critical illness products.
Swiss Re has revealed a €10tr gap in European life insurance coverage and believes the industry needs to be bolder in selling the affordability and benefits of life cover.
The ABI is highlighting the need for clients to fully disclose their medical history when taking out protection and health insurance.