'A great opportunity for life insurers and financial advisers to influence the future of protection and to reach more consumers'
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has launched a consultation paper entitled Intergenerational Differences, which is seeking views on a broad range of financial circumstances and needs across three generations: baby boomers, generation X and millennials. The FCA wants to know how far financial services providers operating in this space are currently meeting changing consumer needs from different age groups. To the extent that this is not happening, the watchdog said it "welcomes feedback on...
On Thursday 12 March
Following Paterson Inquiry
Ruth Gilbert investigates another potential threat to life policies
'Business as usual'
Shortest-serving Chancellor for 50 years