Legal & General has agreed to provide £40,000 in sponsorship for Action on Stroke Month in May 2014.
The chairman of Zurich insurance group has resigned days after the apparent suicide of chief financial officer Pierre Wauthier.
The chief financial officer of insurer Zurich Group was found dead at his home yesterday morning.
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NFU Mutual is to launch a basic platform to give advisers and direct clients access to external fund groups for the first time.
Insurer Aviva has strengthened its balance sheet by selling its 34 million share stake in Dutch insurer Delta Lloyd via a private placing.
Life and pensions giant Prudential could see its A+ credit rating downgraded by Standard & Poor's (S&P), the FT reports.
Legal & General Network (LGN) has confirmed plans to freeze its current charges for existing mortgage, protection and general insurance services until January 2014.
Zurich is to cut 200 jobs from across its UK Life business.
Labour front benchers have urged the government to work with the opposition, business and trade unions to protect British interests from planned European regulation of the pensions and insurance industries.
Insurer Zurich has reported a 7% increase in profits or the first half of the year.
The European parliament is set to reject a ban on commission to independent financial advisers (IFAs) when it votes on MiFID II next week.
More than half of insurers are preparing to change the way they calculate regulatory capital as Solvency II approaches, Deloitte has said.
PruProtect will be offering 30% free life cover free for new Serious Illness Cover plan policyholders and has re-priced its income protection product.
Aegon is set to tell investors and analysts that it aims to double the percentage of sales it makes directly to customers (D2C) to about a third by 2015, according to reports.
Eight in ten Equitable Life savers who were promised compensation are unhappy due to ongoing delays receiving their payments, a survey suggests.
Zurich plans to make 90 redundancies from its UK life business as part of cost cutting measures in light of the challenging economic environment.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has banned a self-appointed insurance broking director from performing regulated functions after he "misled" the regulator and acted dishonestly.
Insurer Prudential is set to name Paul Manduca as its next chairman after a five-month search to replace Harvey McGrath, the Telegraph reports.
A number of large insurers face being killed off by the onset of the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) as they are "running out of proposition", a director at Ernst & Young has said.
Ex-Aviva chief executive Andrew Moss got married the day after shareholders revolted over executive remuneration.
Insurance giant Aviva has announced that its chief executive, Andrew Moss, is to leave the group with immediate effect.
Professional indemnity insurance (PII) experts have questioned the FSA's view that its redress scheme for Arch Cru investors will have no impact upon the future availability of cover for IFAs.
Professional indemnity insurance (PII) underwriter Chubb is withdrawing from the market for financial advisers.