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Eurolife puts Nvesta up for sale

Eurolife Assurance Group, which went into administration in August, has confirmed it has put subsidiary Nvesta up for sale. Nvesta has around £120m held in structured products on its book.

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Kensington has launched automated valuations and electronic identification as part of its K-net e-com- merce platform. AVMs and e-IDs are free to brokers but packagers are only entitled to free AVMs.

Defaqto gives credence to PruHealth model

Defaqto has revealed that private medical insurance following the PruHealth approach can result in premiums up to 44 per cent cheaper than the competition. The research company says when it compared the first year premiums of five key PMI providers – PruHealth, Axa PPP, Norwich Union, Bupa and Standard Life – first year premiums can […]

HomeBuy truths

Last week saw the launch of the Government’s new open market HomeBuy scheme. The fact that little in-depth press comment was seen in the nationals is possibly a reflection of scepticism in the market about the scheme.

Swiss Re call to axe cancer conditions

Swiss Re is calling on the Association of British Insurers to scrap two of the cancer conditions covered under its new critical-illness definitions so consumers cannot claim for them, Money Marketing understands. The reinsurer is believed to have told the ABI that it wants the cancers to be taken out of the conditions covered before […]

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