Mortgage Express head of sales Cammy Amaira is resigning to join GE Consumer Finance Home Lending. He has yet to confirm his start date at GE but will be joining the team in the unsec- ured market on home improvement loans. Amaira has been at MEX for seven years.
Scottish Life head of corporate business Mark Polson is not convinced by Vince Whitefoord’s recent suggestion in Money Marketing that pension advisers could face misselling claims if they do not recommend high-net-worth clients to transfer out of defined-benefit schemes
The group insurance division of Canada Life launches its employee assistance programme service.The package, provided by ICAS, will be offered to existing clients as an extension of the group income protection scheme as well as new business clients.The EAP package offers a confidential and unlimited personal support service staffed by qualified counsellors, up to six […]
IFA firm Buckles has made its Snowdonia funds of funds available through AIG Life after finding that insurance companies with their own multi-manager products did not want to establish external fund links.
For as many years as I have been in the industry, debate has raged on who delivers the best service to consumers – IFAs, tied agents or now, I guess, multi-ties. This debate has pro-bably been the most damaging factor preventing us winning the trust of the British public. Certainly, in my experience, nearly all […]
International private medical insurance (IPMI) can be a complex business, especially when you need to find cover that complies with all the local legislations and regulations of a chosen country.
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