What does 2022 have in store for protection and health?

Wellbeing is top of the list for various protection and health experts

John Brazier
clock • 10 min read
What does 2022 have in store for protection and health?

COVER asked a range of protection and health experts across providers and intermediaries to take up their crystal ball and predict the major trends and developments for the markets in 2022.

As we approach the end of another Covid-dominated year, COVER asked protection and health insurance industry experts what they believe will be the dominant trends and developments throughout 2022. Unsurprisingly, wellbeing support and services feature heavily among the cohort of predictions, with various industry names highlighting the ongoing pressures on the NHS playing a major part, with further demand for added services that will ease this burden. The FCA's Consumer Duty also occurs several...

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