Advisers seeing increased protection interest

As a result of Covid-19

Adam Saville
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75% of advisers have seen an increased willingness from clients to talk about protection as a result of the Covid-19
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75% of advisers have seen an increased willingness from clients to talk about protection as a result of the Covid-19

Shifting consumer attitude towards protection during pandemic, according to advisers

Research by Guardian Financial Services has revealed that 75% of advisers have seen an increased willingness from clients to talk about protection as a result of Covid-19. The survey of 410 advisers, conducted over the last three months, found that there has been an increase in clients actively seeking protection advice - 40% said they had seen an increase in protection enquiries from existing clients and 38% had seen it from new clients. While more than half (55%) said they always talk about...

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