Protect has confirmed representatives from the Protection Review, Income Protection Task Force and Defaqto will be speaking at its May meeting.
Hector Sants, the FSA chief executive, has admitted the "considerable" costs of implementing Solvency II may outweigh the short-term benefits to the industry.
Pink is pushing its representatives to take a greater focus on protection and has unveiled a new short protection panel featuring five providers.
While experience counts for something, training in a post-RDR environment should not be seen as a regulatory burden, says Julie Pardy
Kirsteen Grant looks at simple products as a key piece in the puzzle to help providers raise consumer awareness
COVER interviews one of the insurance industry's back-room boys - Paul Robertson talks to Andy Couchman
If the FSA changes the way protection products are marketed, what will the effect be on technology? Andy Valvona highlights some good news for advisers
In the first of a series examining worldwide developments in products, distribution and initiatives, Greg Becker begins by looking at India
LV= has announced its protection business grew 34% last year as part of strong overall results for the mutual.
Ken Hogg has left the FSA to join reinsurer RGA.
HMRC will stage a series of open meetings to discuss the ‘substantial amount of work' remaining on the reclassifying protection business for providers under a new tax regime.
Brokers servicing the SME sector are missing revenue in personal accident insurance (PA), according to a survey by Groupama Insurances.
End of year results show Ageas's protection arm managed a 90% yearly increase in protection customers, resulting in new annual protection premiums up 52.3% to £22.7m.
Bupa Health Assurance's Steve Payne talks to Paul Robertson about its future as part of Friends Life
With an increasing use of electronic underwriting engines, how do reinsurers compare the quality of different provider's rulebooks? Andy Smith investigates risk assessment and operational performance
When selling protection, IFAs may have to ditch hard facts and be more aware of the clients' needs - especially over their savings, says Louise Colley
Brian Lindley explores the PPI marketplace, consumer attitudes and what may help regain their trust
First HM Treasury consults on simple products, then the FSA on product regulation - what gives?
Ben Heffer provides Paul Robertson with an insight into the workings behind Defaqto and an analysis of the market's future
Does the external rating of products add value and what can advisers use them for? Ben Heffer explains
Products evolve with their client base, so what should we be looking for as the UK ages? Stuart Hayman investigates likely changes
The British Insurance Brokers' Association (BIBA) has joined forces with insurance research panel Broking Now.
RGA have added Mark Johnson as business development manager to its marketing team.
The British Insurance Brokers' Association (BIBA) is inviting nominations for its 2011 Young Broker of the Year Award.