Firm advises more than 5,500 households
Quilter plc, formerly Old Mutual Wealth, has finally separated from parent company Old Mutual and lists independently on the London Stock Exchange today with a market capitalisation of approximately £2.758bn.
Old Mutual Wealth's Paul Roberts explores how insurers can reinstate or continue cover following a critical illness claim
He joins from Aviva UK where he was managing director of its 'Heritage' closed book
The move is to separate entity from Old Mutual
Peter Mann joins the insurer's board following acquisition of Guardian Assurance.
Announced managed separation in March
London head office seen 15% staff reduction
Acquisition adds £200m in assets
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has confirmed that Old Mutual Wealth is returning to membership.
Proposed package equals 1,000% of base salary
FTSE 100 listed company
Further work planned following closed book review
Old Mutual Wealth's protection business paid out 95.43% of critical illness claims in 2015, the insurer revealed.
The winners of Britain's Healthiest Company have been announced, including Old Mutual which won as the healthiest small company.
Paul Roberts has been appointed head of business development for protection at Old Mutual Wealth, leading the firm's distribution strategy.
Old Mutual International has introduced a Trust Decision Tool and Trust Form Finder, to help advisers select trusts for clients.
Old Mutual Wealth has added a comprehensive support service, called ‘There for You', at no extra cost to its range of Protect policies.
Lifequote has added a whole of life (WoL) comparison service, after research found Inheritance Tax (IHT) and estate planning are adding to the demand for WoL.
Old Mutual Wealth has confirmed its head of protection Ian Jefferies is to leave the insurer.
Alan Lakey picks holes in the insurer practice of 'condition counting' in critical illness policies.
Leaked documents from the upcoming 2015 Budget have shown that the threshold for inheritance tax (IHT) is set to rise for the first time since 2009.
Advisers support the introduction of simplified protection products, with 79.4% seeing a place in the market for them, a survey has found.
The Chancellor's Autumn Statement has confirmed that the single settlement nil rate band on trusts will not come into effect in April 2015 following consultation responses.