Potential changes to workplace sick pay entitlement could provide a group income protection opportunity for advisers
Some might assume open banking will not affect anyone providing life insurance advice. F&TRC's Ian Mckenna believes this could not be further from the truth
After his firm paid out 24% of life claims early as 'terminal illness' benefits in 2017, Aegon UK's Simon Jacobs helps clarify the policy
With auto-enrolment pension contributions rising, Punter Southall Aspire's Alan Morahan looks into how employers can ensure employees don't opt out
As private medical demand increases, so do the challenges regarding storing personal data. Paragon's Mitch Cornelia explores how a specialist provider can supply the security needed in light of GDPR
Don't let your clients fall into the trap
Punter Southall Aspire's Johanna Nelson and Darren Hedgley evaluate the unique social dynamics advisers should consider when discussing the financial life cycles of women
iPipeline's product strategy director explores the rise of insuretech and the future of protection
Munich Re's alternative solution to speed up the life application process without compromising underwriting credibility
Insurers should leave funeral planning to the experts, says Avalon CEO Paul Wilson
The trouble with protection, argues Brendan Llewellyn, is your money can feel wasted unless something horrible happens to you. The sector needs to evolve and, he points out, it is …
In a challenging healthcare market, demands for both cost control and patient satisfaction are high. But it is possible to reduce financial waste and improve value for patients simultaneously, explains Alliance Health Group's Greg Clay
For many couples, 8 January was D-Day. That is, 'Divorce Day', writes Mark Cracknell, head of protection distribution at Aviva.
Following the recent article by The Guardian, specialist adviser Kathryn Knowles discusses changing industry perception and applying her own experiences of mental illness to her work for Cura.
Following The Guardian's article detailing instances of people with a history of mental illness being refused life insurance, Andrew Wibberley, director of Alea Risk, looks into the ways underwriters can overcome challenges that underwriters face.
With another green paper consultation on the cards, Richard Walsh examines the state of NHS funding, whether we're at a tipping point and the key questions that need to be addressed when covering social care costs.
CIExpert's Alan Lakey discusses how to choose the 'best' critical illness plan.
Over three million working couples are classed as 'double income, no option' (DINOs), which means they are vulnerable to financial ruin if one of the two loses their earnings. LV='s Justin Harper discusses how we can better safeguard those at risk.
Zurich's Peter Hamilton discusses how insurers and advisers can broach difficult conversations around ageing.
Old Mutual Wealth's Paul Roberts discusses protection needs and industry responses to the ABI's statement of best practice.
The Association of British Insurers has drafted new model critical illness definitions. But it's missed an opportunity to make them clearer. Fairer Finance has written to the director-general to ask them to think again.
Stuart Scullion discusses some of the key issues that are facing the UK health sector in the year ahead, including insurance premium tax, third-party relationships and GDPR
The Autumn Budget contained important small print that, depending on whether it gets its act together in 2018, writes Paul Avis, could end up proving a real concern or genuine opportunity for the group life assurance sector
Recruiting the right people for the right roles can be tough for any business. Here, recent graduate Chloe Gilbert presents a personal view of promoting careers in insurance and reinsurance to the potential next generation