51% would use personal wealth
Excepted group life master trust added
Mix and match approach
On average 4.1 days off sick a year
'Expert advice is essential'
Preventative healthcare benefits
Tailored to business, workforce and budget
Procrastination and opportunity avoidance key symptoms, limiting growth and business development
Lutine, the niche and specialist life division of Ryan Direct Group, is launching a new business protection product to help businesses to protect themselves from the financial impact of losing a key talent, an executive or business partner due to illness,...
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.
Private medical insurance consolidator Chase Templeton has continued its buy and build strategy with the acquisition of Leeds-based Independent Health Insurance Services Ltd.
Benenden has launched Benenden Business Healthcare which offers a bespoke package of benefits designed to tackle long-term absenteeism.
PMI consolidator Chase Templeton has completed its last major deal of 2015 through the asset purchase of Healthcare Partners, the Braintree intermediary which traded under the Avanti Healthcare brand.
Richard Kateley says the gender gap is still alive and well when it comes to business protection, and urges financial advisers to rethink their approach.
More than half (55%) of small businesses would consider introducing other employee benefits as part of auto-enrolment, research for Canada Life has found.
APRIL UK has published the rates for its SME Private Medical Insurance (PMI) plan, which will offer a community rated pricing model.
SMEs are nearly three times as likely to ask friends or family for advice when setting up their business than consult a financial adviser, research from Aviva has found.
Legal & General's Richard Kateley urges advisers to first consider their own business protection needs as a starting point before offering plans to clients.
Aviva has announced a number of enhancements to its SME private medical insurance Solutions plan including a rehabilitation service for musuloskeletal conditions introduced as a standard benefit.
There has never been a better time to discuss occupational health provision with clients, according to Mark O'Connor.
It is not only individuals who need protection; SMEs are vulnerable, too. Steve Casey outlines a lucrative source of business.
Claire Ginnelly, of Premier Choice Group, tells Paul Robertson about her role in successfully managing the jump between adviser and insurer.
As one of the organisers of the new Seven Families initiative, Roy McLoughlin's mission statement is clear: he wants to raise the profile of income protection. He tells Paul Robertson about IPTF's plans to get the word out.