CIExpert's Alan Lakey has described Aviva's new critical illness offering as complex and confusing.
Zurich has appointed Tulsi Naidu as CEO of its UK business, subject to regulatory approval, and she will report to Gary Shaughnessy, CEO for Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA).
Current critical illness definitions are at risk as genetic testing becomes more prevalent, Gen Re's Dr. Ian Cox has warned.
CIExpert has announced that it has partnered with wealth management advisers St James' Place.
The Protection Review today has launched a White Paper describing five steps the industry should take to grow the critical illness market.
SCOR's Roy Chapell has compared the UK protection industry's attitude to the way US presidential candidates Clinton and Trump have spent most of the campaign criticising each other rather than saying what they are going to do to benefit America.
An estimated 20,000 of those who are diagnosed with cancer each year in the UK will face discrimination in their workplace, according to new research released by Macmillan Cancer Support and YouGov at the World Cancer Congress in Paris.
To mark the Movember men's health campaign this month, Aegon UK takes a look at trends in claims statistics among men.
Scottish Widows Protect has launched its first annual protection summaries for advisers and their clients.
Royal London has reported that its intermediary protection business has increased by 22% to £440m (30 September 2015: £362m.)
Old Mutual Wealth is launching a new online application system for its protection products.
iPipeline has announced that Scottish Widows Protect has joined its indicative underwriting decision tool, XRAE.
Old Mutual Wealth is building a 12-strong protection distribution team who will support advisers as the company continues to build out its protection business, COVER can exclusively reveal.
October marked Breast Cancer Awareness month, and whilst it is a sensitive topic that is difficult to discuss, it is a conversation that needs to happen and must be tackled head on, writes Steve Berry.
Five hundred thousand people will be diagnosed with cancer each year in the UK by 2035 if trends continue, according to a Cancer Research UK study published in the British Journal of Cancer.
Announced managed separation in March
CIExpert analyses the latest critical illness upgrades from Royal London.
Zurich has urged customers during Breast Cancer Awareness Month to check their policies to make sure they're not missing out on claiming valuable benefits.
Royal London has enhanced its critical illness cover (CIC)
Over half (57%) of protection experts believe that simple critical illness (CI) plans such as AIG's Key3 will grow the protection market according to a poll.
Johnny Timpson, protection specialist at Scottish Widows, speaks personally about the impact of childhood cancer on the family unit.
Aegon is raising awareness of Organ Donation Week which is running from 5th-11th September 2016.
Scottish Widow's Clare Harrop gives a sneak preview of what she will be talking about at COVER Magazine's Protection and Health Summit 2016.
Fiona Murphy talks to Meg Kirby, the founder of Legacare, which provides legal advice to patients with terminal or life-threatening illnesses