Only 6 per cent expect to see demand decrease, compared to 22 per cent who foresee a significant increase.
Range of cover has been extended from 56 to 65 illnesses.
Insurer denies claims that it requires full online checks on every claim or waiver of premium.
Advisers will be able to compare and contrast more easily
Charity-backed campaign unveils more case studies.
Boss says “it is hard for me to say what our competitors are going to do.”
Analysis & Opinion
Advertorial: We can expect the profile of the Protection market to be raised by the Seven Families project.
Sam Barrett looks at an ABI report on the role income protection could play in future welfare reform.
No doubt the next six months will see a range of confusions over who will do what and how.
Advertorial: We’re coming to end of Stoptober - and what’s important is people will have made a positive difference to their health.
More on Protection Products
Week in Brief: Sipps cap ad confirmed, first simplified product launched and Sesame reveals all is still not well.
Week in Brief: Barclays report suggests minimum client pot up to £150,000, while debate rages over fees.
Nov 20, 2014
New products include a short-term income protection product, care cover and combined life and mortgage incapacity cover.
Nov 17, 2014
Insurer now one of the twenty sponsors providing funding to support initiative.
Nov 17, 2014
Provider claims its new insurance plan is the first of its kind to offer ‘two covers in one’ online.
Nov 14, 2014
“Stand-alone” protection sales to be axed in a move the bank said reflects “reduced customer demand”.
Nov 13, 2014
Lloyds has admits it didn’t explain the differences between an existing and new insurance policy to a client.
Nov 11, 2014
Intervention comes in response to ABI’s head of protection citing shortcomings of welfare.
Nov 10, 2014
Insurers claim looking at online profiles is a last resort for looking into suspicious circumstances surrounding claims.