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Norwich Union – Business Benefits @ Norwich Union

Tuesday, 15 May 2001.

Type: Cafeteria-style group protection product including group income protection, group life cover, group private medical insurance and accident, sickness and unemployment protection for customers with Norwich Union pensions.


Minimum benefit/premium: 30 per cent of salary/£500 a year.

Minimum-maximum ages: 16-64.

Minimum group size: Three.

Deferred periods: Choice of 13, 26, 52 or 104 weeks.

Charges: None.

Definition of disability: Own occupation, personal capability assessment may be applied.

Options: None.

Commission: Level 12 per cent.

Tel: 0870 9001022.


Minimum-maximum ages: 0-no maximum.

Minimum group size: 3.

Maximum benefit: No maximum.

Cover provided: In-patient, day patient, outpatient, hospital charges, specialists fees, diagnosis tests, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, physiotherapy.

Excess: None.

Discount: None.

Options: None.

Commission: Up to 50 lives – initial 15 per cent, renewal 5 per cent, 51 lives and above – subject to negotiation.

Tel: 0845 3000649.


Maximum benefit: £3,600 a year.

Benefit payment term: 12 months.

Deferred period: 30 days.

Premium: Subject to negotiation.

Commission: £30 after two monthly premiums paid, £20 after 13 monthly premiums.

Tel: 01274 864866.



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