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Incoming Zurich Europe, Middle East and Africa chief executive Amanda Blanc has been appointed as the first female chair of the Association of British Insurers (ABI).
COVER is delighted to unveil the 'longlist' of the almost 400 individuals nominated across the different categories in the inaugural Women in Financial Advice Awards.
Women retiring this year will have average expected retirement incomes £4,900 lower than men, research by Prudential has found
National AIDS Trust (NAT) applauds Association of British Insurers (ABI) decision to exclude "discriminatory" wording
Pulse Insurance's Torquil Mclusky discusses the stigma surrounding mental health, embracing mindfulness and how the industry can provide more inclusive access to cover
Deadline for nominations is 18 May
Most diverse workplaces 45% more likely to financially outperform industry average than least diverse workplaces
48% of women aged 25-45 solely responsible for house finances and 57% of this age group do not have any cover
COVER is proud to launch the inaugural Women in Financial Advice Awards in association with its sister brands Professional Adviser and Retirement Planner
Legal & General's new Red Report also identifies five key themes business should address
Almost half of UK households risk losing up to £25,000 a year should a female member aged 25 - 45 lose their income
Research from Scottish Widows also shows only 13% of mums have a critical illness policy