Three in four intermediaries believe more providers will follow in the footsteps of Prudential and l...
Three in four intermediaries believe more providers will follow in the footsteps of Prudential and launch serious illness cover, according to COVER's latest web poll.
Some 76.2% of the respondents think other insurers will try to copy Prudential. Only 23.8% disagreed.
Following the Financial Services Authority's latest mystery shopping exercise that failed to distinguish between IFAs and tied advisers, this month's survey asks whether the regulator is treating advisers fairly.
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