Former UK business development manager is now overseeing RGA expansion into sub-Saharan protection market.
Experts warn further cuts to treatments provided by the health service could lead to rising protection premiums.
Software enables advisers to compare multi-benefit protection products.
Funds under management hit record £52bn.
Grace has previously served as chief executive of Barclays Insurance.
Mortgage and protection broker also has offices in Bath and Newcastle.
Former PruProtect head of account development will lead the UnderwriteMe comparison software launch.
Deal was first announced in August, and has now received regulatory approval.
Towergate founder and deputy chairman Peter Cullum is understood to be putting together a rival management buyout deal.
Updated practice code outlines the effect of additional and partial payments on the overall sum assured.
New body will host its inaugural conference in February 2015.
Ageas UK is planning to launch a whole of life protection plan with an option to cover the cost of long-term care.
Duggan joined Paymentshield as chief executive in July this year.
One of Aviva’s largest institutional shareholders has cut its investment by more than two-thirds.
Clerical Medical International believed to have an embedded value of £200m.
Savings split into mature and digital divisions.
The network says will quality advisers will not subsidise those who under-perform.
As Lloyds and Which? pull back from in-house protection advice, where are the protection innovators?
Provider formerly known as PruProtect has also launched LTC offering and mortgage incapacity cover.
Zurich says it is responding to customer demand rather than Government reforms.
New online system will use Wonga-style online sliders to vary pricing and cover.
Dr Marius Barnard brought the first CI product to market in 1983.
Bank will no longer offer standalone protection advice due to a ‘lack of demand’.
Consumer champion had planned to provide protection advice to consumers using its Which? Mortgage Advice service.
Friends Life’s UK division saw sales increase 11 per cent in the nine months to September 2014.
Prudential confirms £155m sale of PruHealth and PruProtect to majority shareholder Discovery Group Europe.
Term assurance product launched through pilot.
The impact of the reforms has been cushioned, however, by a rapid rise in bulk annuity business during the year.
Eighteen insurance and reinsurance providers have backed the initiative which aims to raise awareness around income protection.
Income protection initiative set to launch next week.
With-profits sales are up 62 per cent from £69m to £112m.
Policy is placed in trust at application, exempting any payout from IHT liability.
Jones steps down after four years with the provider.
The Prudential Regulation Authority has set out plans to raise the FSCS compensation limit for annuities to 100 per cent of the fund.
Deal expected to complete later this year.
Money Marketing understands PruProtect will launch the new product next month, with Ageas UK set to follow in February 2015.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney delivered a speech to the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
Trade body agrees to collate data with a view to possibly publishing it in future.
MetLife to focus on product manufacturing but other insurers weigh growth of direct salesforce
Debbie Kennedy joins provider’s intermediary protection business.