MetLife UK launches new individual protection proposition

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John Brazier
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MetLife UK launches new individual protection proposition

The new proposition from Metlife aims to provide a tailored approach to individual protection that provides greater flexibility.

Described by the insurer as a "customer-led proposition", EverdayProtect has been designed to reflect how "suit individuals' evolving lifestyles," according to MetLife. In recognition of people living for longer, the upper age limit for new policy applicants is 65 with cover available until the age of 75. Applicants are not required to provide proof of income for those that are self-employed and does not include health-related questions. EverydayProtect policies cover broken bones, accidental...

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