Protection Journalist of the Year
Protection Review 2019
‘Promising lead’ or ‘Back to the lab’?
Three Protection Review award nominations
Issued to VitalityLife ‘Dementia and FrailCare Cover’
Kathryn Knowles 'sat on sofa with a cup of tea answering questions' about protection is key to advice firm's marketing strategy
"The tides have changed for protection"
Almost most two-thirds believe protection products are too expensive
The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has sought to provide clarity regarding any potential confusion over the products advisers should recommend to clients to cover a decreasing loan or mortgage.
Protection Review has appointed Roger Edwards as marketing director from January 1st 2016.
John Ritchie, CEO of Ellipse won Personality of the Year at the Protection Review 2015 awards, while the lifetime achievement award went to John Pollock, formerly of Legal & General.
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) is developing a workplace statement that will allow employers to tell employees exactly what sickness benefits they are entitled to.
What issues do you think the protection market needs to draw attention to more or aren't being discussed enough?
Personal finance education will be part of the national curriculum in secondary schools from September 2014. Should protection insurance be part of the discussion, and do you think this would help spread awareness by talking to younger people?
Up to a third of financial advisers want significantly changed products in income protection (32%); PMI (22%) and critical illness (21%), according to an Association of Professional Financial Advisers (APFA) survey on behalf of the Protection Review....
COVER Magazine editor Paul Robertson won the Protection Journalist of the Year accolade at the 2014 Protection Review Awards.
There are four key steps to securing successful protection sales through increasing client trust such as scheduling standalone appointments, delegates at The Protection Review conference heard.
Technology is on the cusp of delivering fundamental change to the underwriting of protection products industry experts have said.
The protection industry is not optimistic that the Mortgage Market Review will result in higher volume sales of protection products, according to the Protection Review.
The downgrading of protection's value post purchase is a prime factor in making it a grudge purchase, according to recent research. Jo Miller says better contact with customers is key to changing consumer attitudes.
Clunky underwriting processes may be a thing of the past as new technology is applied. Paul Robertson speaks to Martin Werth about his UnderwriteMe system.
The Protection Review has teamed up with the Association of Professional Financial Advisers (APFA) to provide independent specialist protection training across the industry.
We saw a lot of changes to critical illness (CI) products last year. Do you think these changes presented a meaningful difference, or was it a case of change for change's sake?