Personal life insurance and critical illness products now available to advisers via online application service
Research from Scottish Widows also shows only 13% of mums have a critical illness policy
Scottish Widows' financial protection technical and industry affairs manager selected by DWP to support insurance consumer rights for disabled people
Coronary heart disease kills 70,000 in the UK every year, while only a third of the population have life insurance, research by Scottish Widows has revealed.
Scottish Widows' Johnny Timpson highlights the need - and opportunity - to provide protection for self-employed workers and those with short-term contracts.
Scott Cadger runs through the four most common reasons people give for not taking out critical illness cover - and some suggestions on how advisers can offer reassurance on each in conversations with clients
15% of people saving monthly for care
As part of COVER's 20th Anniversary series, Fiona Murphy talks to Scottish Widows' Johnny Timpson about the critical illness market.
A mother and son have been charged with insurance fraud after the pair faked the mother's death to claim £140,000 worth of life insurance.
Scottish Widows Protect has added Synaptic Webline's multi-benefit quoting service to its Scottish Widows Protect offering.
Chancellor Phillip Hammond announced a further £2bn for social care funding as well as a Green Paper on social care. Fiona Murphy rounds up post-budget views from financial services.
LifeSearch has announced a deal with Scottish Widows that will see a dedicated team of specialist advisers offering business loan protection advice to SME customers through Lloyds Bank's Commercial Banking division.
Scottish Widows has introduced electronic General Practitioner (GP) reports into its protection policy underwriting process to make it simpler and quicker to obtain customers' medical information from their GP practice.
In the sixth of our series of monthly articles with Scottish Widows, Neil McKenzie talks about...
Johnny Timpson, protection specialist at Scottish Widows, speaks personally about the impact of childhood cancer on the family unit.
Scottish Widow's Clare Harrop gives a sneak preview of what she will be talking about at COVER Magazine's Protection and Health Summit 2016.
Scottish Widows is highlighting the importance of protection insurance to coincide with National Heart Week which takes place from 7-15 June.
Scottish Widows has published its protection claims statistics, which show that more than £219 million was paid out in life and critical illness claims in 2015, equating to an average of more than £4 million per week.
In the second in the series of monthly articles from Scottish Widows, Sarah Moore discusses why there is a gender gap between men and women taking out protection.
Scottish Widows is highlighting the importance of financial protection to coincide with Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week which starts on 25 April.
Scottish Widows has clarified that its children's critical illness cover will pay claims from birth.
In the first of a new monthly series of sponsored articles from Scottish Widows, Johnny Timpson answers an adviser's question about the impact of the April dividend tax change on business protection.
Further work planned following closed book review
Scottish Widows has transferred the registration of its life insurance business to London from Edinburgh.