Advisers will give the building society's mortgage customers advice about protection as well as financial planning
The protection comparison function allows clients to independently search, select and buy from a whole of protection service
The cover will be offered by wealth management advisers in conjunction with advice about trusts and IHT
One in 50 expect to receive over £5m, research by Canada Life reveals
Nine winners announced at seventh event celebrating the achievements of IFAs and network advisers dedicated to protection.
Online protection supermarket added to limited list of distributors.
Brokers name "achieving quality customer outcomes" as most important responsibility - Legal and General
Just less than three-quarters (71%) of brokers agreed that focusing on the quality of their customer outcomes was the most important aspect of their day to day role, according to research by Legal and General.
Up nearly 1% in overnight trading
Discovered a string of failings
Tenet's chief executive has hit back at the FCA's refusal to consider introducing a product-based premium as a means of funding the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).
Some advisers did not meet regulatory independence requirements
Sesame has announced the launch of a new series of protection workshops taking place this summer for its members.
TISA, the investments and savings membership association, has announced that Clive Shelton is to be its new chairman.
Govt plans to make significant changes
FCA got consumer protection argument wrong
Third acquisition in past month
Richard Walsh warns that the advice gap will not narrow despite FAMR report findings.
FAMR explored mass market access to advice
Only 20% of advisers responded to FAMR
Top six advice firms see complaints drop
Openwork and Zurich have signed an agreement that will see the insurer divest its 25% shareholding in the network within the next four years.
McDermott: 'I wouldn't rule it out but we will not reverse RDR'
The merger of Willis and Towers Watson is now complete and the two firms will operate under the name Willis Towers Watson.
McDermott likely to replace Martin Wheatley