Retail income protection bleeds $1.1bn
Are we stepping up to the community standard?
The number of employees working for UK parent companies abroad have increased 13% analysis of the most recent ONS figures by Jelf International has revealed.
The British income protection (IP) market should learn from some of the mistakes made by the Australian market in recent years, Gen Re has said.
Want an example of how not to do things? Owain Thomas finds the UK term assurance market's approach is being avoided worldwide.
How hard is it to design disability-based protection products in 2012, asks Andy Milburn.
Policies often cover the breadwinner, but should we be selling more protection to cover events affecting other family members? Greg Becker looks at the Australian answer
PruProtect has called critics of its desire for protection to be made compulsory as being "defeatist" and argued that the need is "very clear".
After four years with Swiss Re's Australia and New Zealand business, Russell Higginbotham believes the UK could import some ideas from the Australian life and health market
Best Doctors has launched in Australia.