Fergus Bescoby looks at the insurance implications of this condition which is particularly common in women
Could advisers find themselves in non-disclosure disputes with insurers if they help clients with their annuity paperwork?
The government has begun consulting on how insurers can use gender as a risk factor after a European Court of Justice ruling said providers could not charge different premiums to men and women because of their sex.
Underwriting requires information, so what can your connections tell us? Greg Becker visits South Africa to look at one idea.
Aviva has overhauled its approach to large case underwriting, to make the process quicker and easier.
A row is brewing involving doctors and insurers that may result in advisers and their clients being stuck between the two factions.
This genetic illness affects about one in 800 people in the UK. Mary Randell explains how advisers can offer cover for it
Paul Gyseman looks at the insurance implications of this oesophageal condition and why underwriters need to be alert when assessing the long-term risks of this common disclosure
Ron Wheatcroft discusses how three reports published in September demonstrate the difficulties in funding an ageing society.
LV= has revealed it completed almost two thirds (61%) of all protection applications from IFAs in five days or less last year.