LV= to leave IPTF

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Debbie Kennedy, director of protection, LV=
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Debbie Kennedy, director of protection, LV=

Insurer wishes Income Protection Task Force (IPTF) well as it cuts ties with industry body

LV= has decided not to renew its membership with the IPTF, however it remains "committed" to the income protection market, the insurer has told COVER. Debbie Kennedy, director of protection at LV=, said: "We can confirm that we have decided not to renew our membership of the Income Protection Task Force. We remain fully committed to the income protection market and have been expanding the range of services we provide by introducing a 12 month budget option and a product tailored for the rental...

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