CIExpert on Royal London critical illness upgrade

Focus on adult conditions

Adam Saville
Alan Lakey, director, CIExpert

Alan Lakey, director, CIExpert

Royal London continues to aim its plan at those advisers who focus on quality over cost, says Alan Lakey

Following the raft of improvements applied to its critical illness proposition since October last year, Royal London has focused on improving adult conditions. CIExpert has given a breakdown of the key additions and amendments below. New Enhanced Child Condition                                                                         Explanation Surgical Repair of Atrial or Ventricular Septal Defect The repair of hole-in-the-heart is already included under the ‘struct...

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