June 2021

Legal & General responds to ProtectX4

by Protection Review 23/06/21

In this special follow up to ProtectX4, Ali Crossley and Craig Brown from Legal & General join Roger Edwards to talk about some of the topics raised by the speakers. We dig deeper into the subjects of making protection more attractive a career for young people, tackling complexity in the marketing in general and in the business protection sector in particular and whether we can make protection "sexy". Click below to watch the video. If you'd like to skip to a specific topic, please use the timestamps set out below. 00:00 Roger Edwards introduces the session 00:39 Ali Crossley introduction…
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ProtectX4 - Full Event Replay

by Protection Review 21/06/21 Latest News

Protection Review's live online event, ProtectX4, took place on Thursday, June 17th. You can watch the full event replay in HD below. If you'd like to watch specific talks simply scrub through the video to one of the timestamps set out below the video. Time Stamps 00:00:00: Title sequence 00:00:30: Introduction - Roger Edwards - Protection Review 00:03:58:  Dr Julie Denning - Working To Wellbeing 00:11:16:  Dr Matthew Connell - Chartered Insurance Institute 00:18:38: Dr Bippon Vinayak - Square Health 00:26:08: 7 Young Professionals - AIG Life 00:33:23: Nick Milinkovich - McKinsey & Company 00:40:44:  Zanelle Sibanda - Towergate Health and Protection 00:48:46:  Richard Kateley - retired…
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Poll: Protection Market Growth

by PR 09/06/21 Polls

On the back of disappointing figures from this year’s term & health watch, in our latest poll we ask "Which product will see most growth in the next 12 months?" Click here to cast your vote. Poll results In our previous poll we asked whether the new "Underwrite Later" option from Royal London will help grow the protection market. Overall 53% of respondents felt that it would lead to growth in the market with 43% suggesting that others would follow the precedent of Underwrite Later.
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