The group life and long-term disability markets shrank last year according to Swiss-Re.
LV= is cutting premiums for its higher sum term assurance products.
Aviva has announced an increase in its maximum free cover limits for group life policies.
Legal and General has joined the All Net network as its UK partner.
Employees value the support of workplace benefits during the current economic climate, new research from Friends Provident says.
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.
Aviva has made a number of enhancements to its group risk products.
Most employers have failed to make workers aware that they have life cover as part of their benefits package, according to Aon Consulting.
Canada Life Group Insurance has announced further enhancements to the CLASS (Canada Life Automated Self Service) system, based on feedback from CLASS users.
Aviva has announced the introduction of a new tele-interview underwriting approach for Group Risk customers.
Life cover for high earners - are senior employees and their beneficiaries at risk, asks David Pugh
Canada Life Group Insurance has introduced a one-time underwriting policy on its group life schemes.
Ian Dyall, Steve Hamp and Jeremy Pearson take a look at the effect prevailing economic conditions have on IHT planning and how clients are reacting
Canada Life Group Insurance is increasing its group life product's free cover level (FCL), removing the need for medical underwriting for many members.
Helen Morrissey talks to a panel of experts about the challenges and prospects facing the annuity market
Ruth is an HR manager for a brewery in Glasgow that employs 149 people. Having attended a conference on employee benefits, she is now looking to take out some form of staff protection which she hopes will act as an incentive when hiring new employees....
Helen Morrissey talks to a panel of experts about the options available to people when they reach retirement
Helen Morrissey talks to a panel of experts about the challenges and prospects for the SIPP market going forward
Royal London's total new like-for-like life and pensions sales fell 1% to £1,494m for the nine months to September 30 compared to £1,504m for the same period last year.
Group income protection provider Unum is set to introduce a raft of new features to its Group Life proposition as part of an ongoing review.
Scottish Life new pensions business has fallen 9% in the first quarter of the year compared to the same period in 2006, following a slump in the group pensions sector.
In a seemingly indifferent group life market, with insurers failing to live up to expectations, will this sector ever succeed to impress? Lucy Quinton reports Click here to download pdf