In our last poll we asked "Is it becoming more important to offer rewards and other added value benefits in order to grow the protection market?" In one of our closest results yet, the Yes votes just had the majority but opinion is most certainly divided.
In our latest poll we ask "What impact do you think the Mortgage Market Review will have on the volume of protection business written this year? Click here to take part in the poll and check back here soon to see the results.
The contents for the Protection Review 2013 as well as an excerpt from the book are available on the book page of the site. If you would like to order a copy email email@example.com.
Protection Review 2014 will be held on Thursday 10 July at the Landmark London. For more information on places at the dinner or conference and sponsorship opportunities please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The tenth Protection Review conference and awards dinner took place on 11 July 2013 at the Landmark London hotel. More details can be found in the events section on this site. View pictures from the 2013 conference, dinner and awards here. For queries about this, and other Protection Review events, including training, please email email@example.com
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“I want to give something back to society”, seems to have become a much-used mantra that hs lost some of its currency in recent years. Perhaps it could be used more in British business to reinforce a real culture of customer care. It never cesases to interest me that, when east of Europe, the idea of giving the customer something…
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Did you notice all the headlines about protection from the Budget? Nor did we at Space 01. The revolution for savers and investors heralded by Chancellor George Osborne did not impact on protection insurance or at least not directly. The Budget threw up almost countless opportunities for advisers, for investment platforms and even those insurers with a broad business mix,…
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Many people are living for today: thinking and worrying about things that have happened or are happening to them – rather than considering what might occur. Research carried out in connection with our Insurance Report 2013, Connecting generations – protecting generations, concurs with recent findings from the Money Advice Service that a "living for today" mentality is prevalent among consumers.…
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