Former England rugby star discusses director of Vitality Champions role
After being signed off work due to stress, Diana Lee has received more than just financial support from her income protection policy
'Prevention is better than cure' approach to health sets new agenda
With ROI still such a sticking point for bosses, Suzanne Clarkson explores the bitter irony of employee benefit consultants only advising on price
Multiple gold medal-winning Paralympian Tanni Grey-Thompson has called on financial advisers to improve access to insurance for disabled clients
Breast cancer sufferer, Carole Scott, says her critical illness policy has provided 'peace of mind' and helped her cope at a time when she 'couldn't think or function'
Group risk trade body urges employers to tailor support to younger demographic on World Mental Health Day
COVER examines mental health underwriting following The Telegraph story revealing refused life cover for bereaved woman who sought counselling
What, asks an unnamed adviser, are the best online solutions for protection IFAs?
L&G's Richard Kateley quizzes two financial advisers with Chartered Accountancy backgrounds about meeting the protection needs of businesses
On World Suicide Prevention Day, COVER editor Adam Saville investigates the role of group risk policies and employee benefits in supporting staff
Alan Lakey is 'impressed by the two policies which offers flexibility to match individual needs' which 'compete strongly with other top quality policies'
ABI makes statement on consumer panel findings while key protection figures welcome call for Universal Credit means-testing exemption
Ahead of the inaugural Women In Financial Advice Awards, COVER magazine meets the Intrinsic CEO to discuss what needs to be done to attract, cultivate and support female talent within the financial advice industry
'Landmark' decision to overturn government's refusal of bereavement payment to Siobhan McLaughlin will have 'significant implications' for advisers
With Public Health England suggesting vaping is less harmful than smoking, Cameron Clark peers into the cloudy abyss
Open banking has increased customer engagement across younger demographics, but can it do the same for protection? Cameron Clark investigates
Employers can improve both the overall wellbeing and productivity of their workforce through better office plans and designated areas
Survey finds 20% reduction in declined claims in a decade
Insurers have competed to improve payment conditions, ages covered and specific conditions for children over the years
Our monthly focus from VitalityLife returns. Underwriting specialist Fergus Bescoby explores organ transplants and the rise in donations
Strategy, benefit relevance, user experience, simplicity and accessibility are core issues
Lack of information and poor communication despite 'whispers' of a 'rescue plan', says Premier Choice's Claire Ginnelly
"Substantial improvements across the board," says Alan Lakey