F&TRC launches child critical illness analysis for advisers

Policy comparison between insurers

Adam Saville
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 Adam Higgs, head of research for adviser services, F&TRC
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Adam Higgs, head of research for adviser services, F&TRC

Child definitions analysed and age-banded incidence data sourced by medical panel

Finance & Technology Research Centre (F&TRC) has unveiled functionality for child critical illness cover comparison within its Quality Analyser service. Available to advisers, the tool uses medical professional assessments and data analysis across age, condition and insurers to assess child CI definitions to help indicate which policies are best suited to customers. Last year saw a number of insurers enhance their child CI offerings - read CIExpert's assessment here - and this update to F&TRC's...

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