Mortgage Force has adopted iPipeline's protection modelling and sourcing solution, SolutionBuilder.
'Algorithms can only go so far'
Run by personal finance specialist Ian McKenna
De-bunking the 'digitisation myth', Mark Gee explains why technology is offering not just some but all financial advisers the opportunity to leapfrog their competitors
Atos will work in partnership with Aegon to improve business processes and customer experience for its 500,000 protection customers.
Budget airlines have had a fair amount of stick for some of their online booking processes, but they've definitely got some things right writes IRESS' Andrew Simon.
Fadata, a provider of advanced insurance technology, has won its first major UK customer for INSIS, a software package that provides a complete insurance management solution to life, general and health insurers.
Justin Taurog looks at the technological tools providers are using
Nick Baker discusses whether protection will catch up with the Insurtech wave.
With benefits such as providing real-time information to clients, insurers must no longer overlook electronic communications, writes Kirsty Tanner
Although it can be time-consuming, reviewing existing clients' protection needs can also mean additional revenue for you. Both advisers and insurance companies are missing out on a wealth of opportunity within their bank of existing clients, and it's...
A useful aid to stop smoking or unhealthy as normal cigarettes? Pulse Insurance managing director Paul Sandilands explains how the industry needs to treat e-cigarettes for insurance purposes
Zurich's Richard Sadler looks at how technical innovations are affecting the way in which people buy protection products.
Roger Edwards discusses how employing different communication platforms, such as live streaming apps, can engage protection customers.
A Money Advice Service (MAS)-backed strategy to boost the financial capability of the nation has launched today, following research which suggested a bleak picture of the nation's financial understanding.
FCA's acting CEO addresses Mansion House City Banquet
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced plans to remove a number of what it said are "ineffective communication requirements" from its handbook for firms.
Allianz Worldwide Care has revealed that in the first year of its MyHealth app being available for international private medical insurance (IPMI) policyholders, more claims were made by app than by post.
Citizens Advice identifies not one, but four advice 'gaps'
The Financial Advice Market Review will examine how access to advice can be improved
A report looking at health apps, for diabetes, asthma and the NHS' health apps library, has found problems with all of them.
GPs providing full patient medical records to insurers risk breaking data protection laws, the Information Commissioner Office (ICO) has warned. Cover looks at this industry practice in greater depth
BMI Healthcare is to offer e-prescribing for its oncology patients, with rollout over the next 12 months, paving the way for it to be rolled to other specialities.
There are clear benefits to placing life policies in trust, but only a small number actually end up there. Kirsty Tanner discusses what the industry can do to change this