Access to Insurance
30th May 2018
At a recent Insuring Women’s Futures Programme meeting, one of the speakers quoted the CII Charter and shared what for me is a key objective for all insurance professionals and especially financial protection specialists, which is “to secure and justify the confidence of consumers and employers”.Read more
Consumers won’t engage with protection until brokers do
16th May 2018
If the last 10 years have taught us anything it’s that, in financial services, things can and do go wrong. The hangover from the economic crisis lingers on, with stagnant wages and job insecurity the reality for many people. Yet despite this it seems consumers still haven’t learnt the value of protection.Read more
Why it’s important to review our routines
4th May 2018
The value of advice was truly brought home to me recently when I was in a meeting with an adviser who took an unexpected call from a client. It transpired that the client had just been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Married and in their thirties, the client wanted to know if they had protection cover in place to help them?Read more
Are we all creatures of habit?
3rd May 2018
Peter Le Beau wrote in his final protection column for Mortgage Introducer that ‘Protection insurance isn’t perfect but it is incredibly important and one that almost every family in the UK needs.’Read more
Don’t let house purchase falls affect protection advice
2nd May 2018
Mortgage lending growth this year is expected to be driven by a continuing rise in remortgaging, which is seemingly replacing a steady decline in house purchase approvals. We’ve also seen a huge increase in product transfer business conducted through intermediaries in the last quarter of 2017, and which is continuing into 2018.Read more
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