Canada Life has re-launched its group critical illness (CI) policy.
Bupa is branding its range of flexible benefits as Bupa Flex-pertise.
Friends Provident is adding mastectomy cover and five new ABI+ conditions to its critical illness (CI) product.
Aviva has increased its critical illness (CI) claims payment rate to 93% in the first six months of 2010.
Bright Grey says it paid 95% of critical illness (CI) claims in the first six months of the year, its strongest claims paid figures to date.
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Canada Life has simplified the processes and requirements for firms whose employees wish to continue working beyond their Expected Normal Retirement Age (ENRA).
The group life and long-term disability markets shrank last year according to Swiss-Re.
Aviva paid out 1,499 critical illness (CI) claims during 2009, totalling almost £118m, with a 2% non disclosure rate, according to data released today.
Critical illness (CI) payouts are continuing to rise and non-disclosure rates are also improving, new figures show.
Friends Provident received 624 claims last year; of these 578 (92.6%) were paid and 46 (7.4%) were declined.
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Legal and General has joined the All Net network as its UK partner.
Bupa is offering group critical illness (CI) claimants and their families access to Best Doctors with no increase in premiums.
Employees value the support of workplace benefits during the current economic climate, new research from Friends Provident says.
Aviva has entered the group critical illness market with the unveiling of a new product.
Scottish Provident's "Critical Illness Claims Report" released today reveals it paid out nearly £94 million to critical illness policy holders during 2009.
LV= has announced price cuts across 80% of its critical illness (CI) range.
Bright Grey paid 93% of critical illness (CI) claims last year, with just 2% declined for non-disclosure.
Aviva has introduced premium reductions for when exclusions are applied to its critical illness plans.
Zurich has announced that its critical illness claims paid rate remained unchanged last year.
The group risk industry has warned that Government plans to fast-track a review of the UK retirement age could lead to significant problems and expense for providers and clients if not undertaken correctly.
Legal and General has amended its group critical illness cover.
Canada Life Group Insurance has announced further enhancements to the CLASS (Canada Life Automated Self Service) system, based on feedback from CLASS users.