Ahead of planned 2018 listing
Scottish Widows' Johnny Timpson gives a sneak preview of what he will be talking about at COVER Magazine's Protection and Health Summit 2017.
UnderwriteMe's Phil Jeynes gives a sneak preview of what he will be talking about at COVER Magazine's Protection and Health Summit 2017.
15% of people saving monthly for care
Cura Financial Services has launched a 'Game of Gnomes' campaign to get people thinking about their protection insurance needs.
Debbie Kennedy has confirmed that she is leaving Royal London to join MLC Life Insurance (MLC) in Australia.
Half of advisers surveyed said that marketing was the biggest skills gap in their business, according to research conducted by COVER in partnership with Aviva.
Protection intermediaries may raise a cynical eyebrow at the phrase 'Insuretech' but it represents a significant change in industry thinking, says Paul Lindsell.
Munich Re gives its views on the early stage cancer debate as part of the ABI's CI Statement of Best Practice consultation.
Almost a third (31%) of UK adults have experienced temporary or permanent leave from work due to ill health, a cancer diagnosis or a death within the family, according to a study by Aviva.
Steve Webb has warned about 'rationing' of care home places and under-funding of social care.
Pulse Insurance has created a speciality unit in London which focuses on non-standard life cover, niche personal accident and group travel.
'Lack of transparency'
Debbie Kennedy, Group Head of Protection Proposition Strategy has resigned from Royal London.
Royal London's Ross Jackson explains how 'nudge' helped the insurer develop its annual statements for protection customers.
Former Vitality head of technical marketing Richard Purcell has joined consultancy Hymans Robertson.
As part of COVER's 20th Anniversary series, Fiona Murphy talks to Scottish Widows' Johnny Timpson about the critical illness market.
Some 87% of protection industry experts surveyed agreed that the 'claim is our core product, not the policy', according to a poll from the Protection Review.
Old Mutual's Paul Roberts debates the role of life cover in helping people meet care costs.
Addison's disease (also known as primary adrenal insufficiency or hypoadrenalism) is a rare disorder of the adrenal glands, writes Fergus Bescoby.
AIG Life has extended its products and tools aimed at intermediaries with international clients needing protection insurance for UK financial liabilities.
Aegon paid 95% of individual critical illness (CI) claims in the first half of 2017, maintaining the same level of CI claims that were paid for the whole of 2016.
Aegon's Stephen Crosbie discusses why wealth managers and generalist advisers could use protection to bolster their business models.
Jackie Leiper discusses the protection gap in the second of a monthly series of articles from Scottish Widows.