SJP lobbying govt on social care reform

Advice giant prepared to ‘put skin in the game’ and encourage change

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Tony Mudd: "After Dilnot the government asked the ABI to get involved and try and get product providers to develop insurance products for the LTC market. In my view, that was the wrong approach."
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Tony Mudd: "After Dilnot the government asked the ABI to get involved and try and get product providers to develop insurance products for the LTC market. In my view, that was the wrong approach."

St. James’s Place is lobbying the government on social care reform, encouraging a model that would combine input from both the public and private sector.

The FTSE 100 advice giant recently published a report into the issue, The Social Care Report, that tables various solutions. This has been sent to 100 government officials at all levels, includi...

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