Peace of Mind service will provide nurses for crisis support and to handle claims for policyholders
Now Health International and Tenet Sompo Insurance have announced a 15% introductory discount for new members until 31 December 2015.
Now Health International has launched a mobile app for IOS, android will follow, with functions including finding a medical provider and submitting reimbursement claims.
AIG has launched a new International Private Medical Insurance (IPMI) product, called Expatriate Care, for companies with five employees or more, with previous medical history disregarded.
LV= has revealed the details of its business protection range as it launches the key person, shareholder and partnership insurance, as well as loan protection.
Now Health International and Tenet Sompo will offer a no claims bonus to their members in Singapore.
Dentists' Provident will use OnBase by Hyland as its enterprise content management system (ECM) to digitise its policy and claims processes.
Aegon has warned that protection propositions need to be flexible to help divorcing couples cope financially as new figures revealed that mid-life divorces are increasing.
Wesleyan has launched a new personal Income Protection (IP) plan tailored to its medical, dental and legal customers.
Exeter Family Friendly has agreed terms to buy Engage Mutual Health's policy book from OneFamily.
Those aged 55-64 are most likely to believe life insurance is unimportant, with one in four thinking so, a survey for SoSmart Money has found.
Over a quarter of consumers say they are open to the idea of having a single insurance policy to cover all their requirements, a report from Majesco has found.
Price is a reason for choosing a provider for 48% of life, pensions and ISA customers while brand trust and loyalty came into consideration for 47%, a report by Majesco has found.
Almost half (47%) of all claims for multiple sclerosis (MS) by Legal & General (L&G) policyholders were made by people aged between 18 and 40 in 2014, the insurer has revealed.
Insurers are being warned by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) that they must ensure consumers are able to understand the economic consequences of the policy being taken out.
DMS has announced changes to its Short Term Income Protection (STIP) policy, now to be called ‘Gold Standard Short Term Income Replacement' (STIR).
Figures from Friends Life have shown that in 2014 men made up 87% of claims for broken bones while women made up 13% of these claims.
Payingtoomuch has warned that the Ebola Virus could adversely impact new life insurance policies if the virus became more easily transmitted.
A third of consumers have said that insurance policies should be 'easier to understand', according to new research.
Personal accident insurance remains a hugely undersold product, which means many intermediaries are missing an opportunity to generate valuable revenue, says Neil Thunström
James and his wife Monica, both 30, work together as interior designers. Monica is pregnant and they want to revisit their insurance. They currently have only a £120,000 joint life policy on their mortgage and nothing on their business together. Where...
In July last year, the Pensions Institute of the Cass Business School published Death Shall Have No Dominion: Life Settlements and the Ethics of Profiting from Mortality.
In the first of a series John Woodford offers a guide to the elements going into the pricing of protection products.