Draft Brexit deal
Following tumultuous cabinet meeting over a draft agreement for Britain's withdrawal from the EU
'Extortionate' fees for estates would put extra emphasis on life policies written in trust
Guest speakers, panel debates and personal stories exploring industry diversity and access to insurance for women in society
Confirmation from DWP that lump-sum pay-outs will not be means-tested has 'implications for all types of protection insurance'
'Relatively quiet' for protection market
Level 3 protection certification formed in collaboration with Women in Protection Group (WIP) and Protection Distributors Group (PDG)
Code on Genetic Testing & Insurance updated and published by ABI and government
Ms C told life assurance would be 'excessive and unaffordable' however there is no evidence it was explored as an option
CII's Melissa Collett, Johnny Timpson of Scottish Widows and RedArc's Christine Husbands discuss meeting the needs of vulnerable customers with COVER editor
All AFM members meet exemption threshold
Organisation led by disability champion for insurance sector, Johnny Timpson
Consultation looking into legal, tax and pension implications of decision will take place
Survey reveals finds 40% of brokers unprepared for Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) deadline on 1st October
Association of Medical Insurers and Intermediaries (AMII) chairman Stuart Scullion has warned the industry to make sure it is prepared ahead of the IDD, the next EU-driven legislation set to 'shake up the sector'.
Our biggest Protection & Health Summit yet comes to Hilton London Bankside on 4 October
Following the landmark Supreme Court ruling which saw an unmarried woman win bereavement benefit, the rights of cohabiting couples are changing
ABI makes statement on consumer panel findings while key protection figures welcome call for Universal Credit means-testing exemption
Need 'to act quickly to provide certainty for bereaved families,' writes Frank Field in letter to DWP Parliamentary Under Secretary of State
Lobbying group wants means-testing exemption for financial protection claims added to Resolution Foundation recommendations on Universal Credit migration
'Landmark' decision to overturn government's refusal of bereavement payment to Siobhan McLaughlin will have 'significant implications' for advisers
Ann Harris and Mike Dailly start roles on 1 October
It will run from 15 August to 24 September and address five areas
The recent DWP update on Universal Credit presents the protection industry with a 'wonderful opportunity'