Whole of Life - Flickering into life


When addressing a client's protection needs, most products deal in the term space. But with people potentially outliving these contracts, Owain Thomas looks to whole of life for rejuvenation.

Good things come in small packages, we are often told. Well, in some cases, it’s not just the package that is small, but the shop it came from. Such is the case with the whole of life (WOL) market...

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