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,...
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Wellbeing expert David Price discusses a range of practical ways employers can set about looking after the mental health of their staff during the seasonal period
The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) will maintain its current funding model for the next financial year despite recognising it is unsustainable in its current form.
The FCA has confirmed that, while businesses will have to identify certified staff from day one under the Senior Managers & Certification Regime (SM&CR), they will have a year to complete fitness and propriety assessments.