Providers rush to launch business protection plans
The Business Protection Menu offers a range of covers. Policyholders can choose one cover, or a comb...
John, 45, was admitted to hospital last year suffering with chest pains. John runs his own business as a site manager of a quarry, and would like to take out business protection so that the business is catered for should something happen to him. He works...
Bright Grey has launched a business protection product designed to help firms should they lose a key employee through death, illness or disability.
Legal & General's senior operations manager for claims and medical underwriting is keen to improve consumer awareness and understanding of his industry, as he tells Lucy Quinton.
Advisers have failed their clients when it comes to business protection as most have not recommended...
Bright Grey has announced it is entering the individual corporate protection market towards the end of the year as part of a "natural step" in the firm's development.
With the ABI now turning its attention to income protection, what can be done to give hope to a product that has suffered yet more declining sales? Lucy Quinton investigates Click here to download pdf
Zurich's announces its 2007 plans to focus more on products sold through IFAs
For those on low salaries, protecting the monthly income is crucial. Peter Madigan asks whether budget income protection is a viable option
As guaranteed critical illness rates become more expensive and sales start to slow down, Johanna Gornitzki asks if this golden product has finally reached the end of the road Click here to download pdf
Controversial findings of a Norwich Union survey suggest insurance brokers comfortable with technology would not be sad to see a thinning of the ranks of intermediaries who are less used to IT in business.
A mutual has been established to provide professional indemnity (PI) cover to intermediary businesse...
Although whole of life sales have suffered due to cheap term rates and the poor stock market, it can still provide the best solution for some clients, finds Paul Robertson
Despite mounting pressure on life offices to change current practices, arranging cover for gay men continues to be a thorny issue for underwriters, finds Paul Robertson
Protection IFAs must not neglect continuing professional development if they are to stand out from the crowd, writes Adele Burton
LTC insurance is complex and if advisers want to net the rewards the market has to offer, they should take the time to specialise, says Graham Fidoe
Product providers believe stakeholder will be the latest spur to consolidation within the intermedia...