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Guardian's CEO Simon Davis discusses the company's rebirth, shaking up the protection market and making his vision possible
Critical illness programme for employees following diagnosis
Firm paid almost 100% of group life claims last year
Long-term disability income increases following years of decline
In the second of her two articles, Ruth Gilbert argues the ABI's recent consultation - now extended to 26 January - misses the chance to address the difficulties surrounding terminal illness claims
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has extended the consultation period for its 'Guide to Minimum Standards for Critical Illness Insurance' paper until 26 January 2018.
Lisa Yates, Aviva's intermediary account lead - corporate & business solutions, talks about winning the Best Group Critical Illness prize at this year's COVER Excellence Awards.
Canada Life Group Insurance has renewed its contract with RedArc to provide long-term support for Group Critical Illness claimants for another three years.
Scottish Widows is highlighting the importance of protection insurance to coincide with National Heart Week which takes place from 7-15 June.
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Selecting the right deferred period is among the key considerations for IP clients, writes Adam Higgs
Alan Lakey highlights the reasons why he believes mortgage advisers tend to have difficulty in making the protection sale.
My client wants to take out a life policy, but is worried they might have missed out some GP appointments over the past five years in their application. Will this affect them getting cover, and how do I reassure them?
Friends Life is to extend its group cancer cover policy to companies with 50 employees or more.
Jason Green says auto-enrolment has distracted us for long enough and calls for a refocusing on group protection.
Lloyd's broker Ropner Insurance Services has launched a cancer only cover for employers.
There is a significant case for the industry to make big changes to terminal illness policies, writes Richard James