The business protection gap remains static at over a trillion, a Legal & General (L&G) survey of the market suggests.
The research, conducted by L&G in conjunction with the Institute of Directors, is similar to a survery L&G conducted in 2009 with the British Chamber of Commerce. The new research, although not directly...
'Rely on plan B'
Tom Baigrie, the chief executive of protection broker LifeSearch, has hit out at product providers for pretending to "police" advisers' relationships with their customers, a practice he dubbed "institutional petty theft".
Scottish Widows is considering re-entering the IFA protection market, possibly in 2014.
Almost two-thirds (63%) of small, family-run businesses would not survive the loss of a key member of staff, according to Scottish Widows.
Having it all (or most of it)
Clients are like family
'Regulatory failures' during FCA tenure