This is the fourth in a series of features highlighting Pacific Life Re's key findings from research on consumers' perceptions of protection claims management.
In this feature, we at Pacific Life Re will be providing a snapshot of findings, looking into consumers' thoughts on the meaning of 'Terminal Illness' and how this relates to life cover. Terminal Illness and Life Expectancy We wanted to know what our survey group understood the word 'terminal' to mean in the context of life expectancy. The responses are reasonably broad, ranging from three months or less to two years and possibly beyond. It's clear that when it comes to life expectancy,...
As a result of significant increases in life expectancy, an additional 71,000 care home places will be needed for older adults spend with substantial care needs, according to a study published in The Lancet.
'Lack of transparency'
Debbie Kennedy, Group Head of Protection Proposition Strategy has resigned from Royal London.
Remain in senior management team