Electronic paperless requests
Aegon 'Protection matters' report
'Internal change programme' outlined
Plus the 2015 Insurance Act and financial crime reporting
The chairman learns about a new threat to national safety
Chance for clients to future-proof healthcare benefits
Insurance premium tax adds to 'cocktail of threats'
The FSA has published its final rules designed to enhance firms' liquidity risk management practices.
Disability claims are needlessly rising and likely to continue doing so, it has been argued.
Bupa International has teamed with leading Russian insurer, Ingosstrakh which brings together Ingosstrakh's local knowledge in Russia with Bupa's global healthcare expertise.
While most people do not like to think about the possibility that they might need long-term care, Government reform of the care and support system may mean more individual planning is necessary. Claire Fox examines the options for paying for long-term...
Consumer champion Which? says it is "hopeful" the appeals court will rebuff a challenge from Barclays and Lloyds over a decision to limit sales of payment protection insurance (PPI).
Deutsche Bank has launched four short db x-trackers ETFs on the Xetra trading platform.
Tesco has expanded its clout in the insurance market through a deal with financial services firm Fortis.
Both the protection and healthcare arms of AXA contributed to the company's UK and Ireland earnings rising 2% for the first half of the year.
Friends Provident has raised the age individuals can receive payouts on its income protection (IP) plans, from 65 to 70 for both men and women.
Nearly two-thirds (63%) of people in Britain continue to think ‘it' will never happen to them according to new independent research commissioned by Scottish Provident.
Aviva has announced the launch of MyHealthCounts, a health management service encouraging individuals to take pro-active steps to improve their lifestyle.
A "severely" ill director of an insurance brokerage has been banned by the FSA for failing to control the firm adequately.
The FSA has fined Richard Holmes, a director of insurance broker AIF Limited, the sum of £20,020 for control failings in relation to an appointed representative firm (AR).
The FSA has appointed Ken Hogg, currently interim chief financial officer at MGM Assurance, as insurance sector director.