Minister of state for disabled people, health and work
'Closed book insurers should publish their claims stats'
Changing the mindset
Investigation after Travel Insurance Facilities denied emergency flights
New entry process
Most life insurance providers publish their claim stats. While this is a step forward, we need to do more, says MorganAsh's managing director
Survey reveals finds 40% of brokers unprepared for Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) deadline on 1st October
Our biggest Protection & Health Summit yet comes to Hilton London Bankside on 4 October
Peace of Mind service will provide nurses for crisis support and to handle claims for policyholders
Nurses available at point of claim through insurer's HALO customer services proposition
Serious illness or income protection policyholders can claim via specialist nurses rather than completing forms following pilot
Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) publishes feedback from June 2017's Call for Input (Cfl) on Access To Insurance following 'high level of interest'
Old Mutual Wealth's Paul Roberts explores how insurers can reinstate or continue cover following a critical illness claim
Our industry conference comes to The Hilton Bankside, London, on Thursday 4 October
National AIDS Trust (NAT) applauds Association of British Insurers (ABI) decision to exclude "discriminatory" wording
Who went 'Above & Beyond' to provide better outcomes for advisers and customers in 2017?
Claims paid on average 28 days earlier and faster using DocuSign e-forms
This Friday at Jumeirah Carlton Tower, London
CIC represents 23% of all claims and income protection accounts for 12%, according to figures from ABI and GRiD
Ahead of our Customer Care Conference on 18 May, RedArc's Christine Husbands breaks down what value-added support services can look like to various people
In her second of two articles, Ruth Gilbert argues a combined industry effort would improve pay-out times for life cover claimants
Torquil McLusky explains the importance of understanding statistics properly, and using the information gleened responsibly
A shadow minister has claimed the FSA's Treating Customers Fairly (TCF) initiative has failed to adequately protect consumers.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has fined Combined Insurance Company of America (CICA) £2.8m because its poor management of staff put customers at risk of being treated unfairly.