Wesleyan has launched a new personal Income Protection (IP) plan tailored to its medical, dental and legal customers.
The plan offers flexible options to adapt to changes in the policyholder's career and lifestyle, including increasing cover without providing further medical evidence.
Other options for the IP policy available include being able to suspend, reduce or continue cover on an own occupation basis during career breaks such as maternity or paternity leave.
John Nickson, managing director of life and pensions at Wesleyan, said: "Wesleyan's Personal Income Protection Plan is designed to be a plan for life.
"We have created it with the specific needs of our professional customers in mind and it is offered on an own occupation basis.
"Our customers often train for many years to achieve their job role and it's important therefore that they are protected for that specific role even if they can work elsewhere outside of their profession."
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