Currently group risk chief officer
‘Perceptions on protection’ global study
To focus on 'core business'
‘Decision was not made lightly’
According to Zurich research
Following ‘high volume of applications’
World Economic Forum's Global Risks Report 2019
Previous deputy chief financial officer and member of PRA's practitioner panel replaces James Quin
Signature-free service offers instant cover online, real-time updates and immediate alerts from third parties
Previously he was strategic consultant to firms such as Zurich, Scottish Widows and FNZ
Incoming Zurich Europe, Middle East and Africa chief executive Amanda Blanc has been appointed as the first female chair of the Association of British Insurers (ABI).
Paid life claims reached 99% and mental health most common reason for IP pay-out
Previously she was managing director of global risk solutions, UK & international, for RSA
He will be the new head of sales account management for corporate risk business
Zurich's Peter Hamilton discusses how insurers and advisers can broach difficult conversations around ageing.
A new report from Zurich has revealed some worrying numbers on the extent of the income protection gap in both the UK and around the world. Gary Shaughnessy takes a closer look at some of the findings
Zurich achieved a 97% pay-out rate overall on critical illness, income protection and life insurance policies over the first six months of 2017 - paying out £121.6m to almost 2,000 customers.
Zurich has provided over 700,000 annual protection statements to customers since 2007.
Life and general insurance arms combined
Zurich has reported a 20% increase in applications for critical illness policies during the first 9 months of 2016, with over 30,000 new policies sold during this period.
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.
There is 'high untapped demand' for income protection cover, according to research from Zurich exclusively shared with COVER.