Yvonne Braun appointed executive sponsor
Four key areas
Equivalent of £980,000 a day
When making a life, critical illness or IP claim
Around 400,000 companies
Four-year ‘stealth tax raid’
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Healthcare provider signs up to Association of British Insurers (ABI) after withdrawing membership in 2013
In the second of her two articles, Ruth Gilbert argues the ABI's recent consultation - now extended to 26 January - misses the chance to address the difficulties surrounding terminal illness claims
In the first of two articles, Ruth Gilbert argues the ABI's recent consultation on its review of the statement of best practice for critical illness has removed one controversial proposal only to slide in another
Aegon will leave the Association of British Insurers at the end of the year, the insurer has announced.
The #LiveLifeProtectIt campaign has launched to encourage consumers to save for a rainy day or take out protection insurance.
Trade body calls on insurance sector to work together.
Legal & General (L&G), the country's biggest pension fund manager, has confirmed the end of its Association of British Insurers (ABI) membership.
Paul Evans, the group CEO of Axa UK, has been nominated to replace outgoing Association of British Insurers (ABI) chairman Tidjane Thiam.
Munich Re has expanded on recent analysis of non-disclosure and its implications and will reflect insurers' strength on this issue in its contract terms.
Fraud figures up 18% on 2012.
Just under 100,000 families benefited from £3.1bn in protection insurance payouts in 2013, according to the ABI.
Extra detectives to be recruited to tackle insurance fraud in England and Wales.
Critical illness sales are doing well. But Ian Jefferies outlines concerns over the product's development and offers a partial solution.
The ABI has called for a national awareness campaign on the public's right to social care once the Care and Support Bill is published in the spring.
Few consumers think the Financial Services Authority (FSA) is doing a good job, research from the Association of British Insurers (ABI) suggests.
Tidjane Thiam has been named as the next chairman of the Association of British Insurers (ABI).