This year's COVER Forum and Excellence Awards will be held on the 1 October in London. The awards w...
This year's COVER Forum and Excellence Awards will be held on the 1 October in London.
The awards will reward high standards of professionalism and outstanding achievement in the protection and healthcare markets.
As in previous years, the awards will be held at the Plaisterers' Hall and divided into provider and intermediary categories although a new award for Best Service Provider has been added to the line-up.
COVER readers wishing to vote on the provider awards should visit www.covermagazine.co.uk/awards before 1 August 2008 to rate the performance of insurers where one lucky voter will receive £100 in John Lewis vouchers.
Those wishing to enter the intermediary awards should also visit www.covermagazine.co.uk/awards or call Ann-Sofie Hallen on 020 7316 9188.
The forum will open with a speech on building financial capability in the UK from the Financial Services Authority and other confirmed speeches on the day include LV= on product development for demanding workplaces.
Other speakers include representatives from Aegon Scottish Equitable, HealthSure, Scottish Provident, Axa and PruProtect.
The morning session will also include a panel discussion followed by speaker sessions and workshops in the afternoon.
- For details on both events or to book a table for the awards, please contact Rachel Calvert on [email protected] or 020 7316 9472.
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