National Friendly launches full income protection proposition

“Common sense” underwriting approach

John Brazier
clock • 2 min read
National Friendly launches full income protection proposition

National Friendly has unveiled a full income protection product to further extend its individual cover.

The Bristol-based mutual has extended its portfolio with the launch of a full income protection product, alongside its recently launched Accident Only Income protection product, which includes no medical underwriting. Th mutual said the new IP product is aimed at providing protection in the event of illness and accidents, has a "common-sense" underwriting approach which will allow cover for well-controlled Type 2 diabetes, and will also offer opportunities for a straight-through application process,...

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