AIG Life has launched an Over Fifties Life Plan with a range of benefits in a bid to aim the traditional direct to consumer offer into a mainstream adviser product, COVER can exclusively reveal.
The government has consulted on reforms to make it clearer who is eligible for Funeral Payments, which it says will make it easier for people to claim.
BGL Group has launched FiftyLife Guaranteed over-50s life insurance.
The Exeter has said it plans to enter the impaired lives protection market.
John Cleese has been cast as the 'Grim Reaper' in the latest television advert by Avalon Funeral Plans.
Golden Charter discusses the key questions advisers should ask before recommending funeral plans.
AIG Life has brought in underwriting changes in a bid to speed up the application process for customers.
'Lack of transparency'
Aviva is advancing life cover payments to help families meet funeral costs by increasing the amount it can pay in advance to £11,000.
Paradigm Protect, the directly authorised protection proposition, has announced a new relationship with funeral plan provider, Golden Charter.
The Right Will and Estate Planning Ltd has launched a referral service for advisers to offer their clients Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney.
Up 4% year-on-year
British Friendly has signed up to the Protection Distributor Group's (PDG) funeral payment pledge and paid its first claim under the benefit.
It remains to be seen whether the increase in probate fees proposed by the Government earlier this year will be resurrected by the new administration, writes Aviva's Mark Cracknell.
On 'complex' estates
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A 45-year-old woman has been arrested by detectives from the City of London Police's Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department (IFED) after she allegedly faked her own death.
F&TRC's Adam Higgs analyses how two insurers have launched online propositions in a bid to improve the numbers of advisers putting policies in trust.
Fergus Bescoby discusses sleep disorders and the underwriting factors to consider.
Legal & General's Richard Kateley says we should avoid pigeonholing advisers when discussing who should sell business protection. Here's why.
Paul Roberts discusses what changing retirement trends will mean for the protection market.
Vitality has launched a dedicated website for advisers to act as a one-stop-shop for their information needs when doing business with the insurer.
Dean Lamble, previously Managing Director of SunLife has been named as Chief Executive Officer of SunLife as the company looks to expand further into the over-50s market.