Fiona Murphy discusses the creation of the OneFamily brand with its CEO Simon Markey and how he wants to create ‘a modern mutual'
Exeter Family Friendly has agreed terms to buy Engage Mutual Health's policy book from OneFamily.
OneFamily, the brand for the combined Engage Mutual and Family Investments business, has called on advisers to help direct families to financial support they may be entitled to.
A report saying that with deaths likely to rise, funeral costs will also increase is ‘spot on', according to Royal London.
Mutuals Engage Mutual and Family Investments have now rebranded as OneFamily following the completion of a merger announced at the end of 2014.
Engage mutual is asking advisers and brokers to give feedback on their offering as they merge with Family Investments.
An estimated 2.6 million people aged 50 plus are living with a serious illness in England with 3.1m over-50s living in serious ill health across the UK as a whole, research has found.
Covering the cost of a funeral without getting into debt would need quick access to cash for 41% of families, a poll by Engage Mutual has found.
The members of Family Investments and Engage Mutual have both voted in favour of a merger of the two companies which will create one of the biggest mutuals in the UK.
Engage Mutual has launched an adviser campaign to highlight how it can make quick payouts on its over-50s life cover.
Stonebridge Mortgage Solutions, the mortgage and insurance network, has added Engage Mutual's over 50s life cover to its protection panel.
Engage Mutual has announced that its Board has made a formal recommendation to merge with Family Investments to form one of the UK's largest mutual insurers with over 2 million customers.
Engage Mutual has launched an updated ‘funeral calculator' on its adviser community site, enabling intermediaries to access up-to-date cremation and burial costs.
LifeSearch has added Engage Mutual's over- 50s life cover to its product portfolio in a move to offer customers ‘a more comprehensive and competitive service.'
Engage Mutual's over 50s life cover product has been awarded maximum five stars by independent financial product researcher, Defaqto, in its first whole of market over 50s life cover assessment.
Engage Mutual's David Castling outlines opportunities for a meeting of minds in the cash plan arena.
Life and health protection provider Engage Mutual has expanded its proposition to include a broker support resource with telephone operatives.
Engage Mutual is now expecting over-50s customers to claim for terminal illnesses on its life cover policy following the end of a two year moratorium.
Engage Mutual has made a minimum of £1m available to members over the next five years as a demonstration of its commitment to mutuality.
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Engage Mutual has reported a fall in total new business sales and premiums but is ‘upbeat' about its life insurance and health growth, according to its H1 2013 results.
Life insurance and healthcare provider Engage Mutual has confirmed Peter Burrows as its new chief executive.
Engage Mutual has joined Webline, one of the UK's largest online broker portals, where it will offer its guaranteed 50 plus life cover product.