The company’s turnover was up by 12 per cent to £6.6m from £5.9m.
The Life Trust has set up a independent foundation to raise awareness and understanding of the financial issues associated with increasing longevity.
Norwich Union is looking for a director of marketing for its protection business, indicating a renewed focus on the sector.
JC Flowers is refusing to increase its 150 pence per share offer for Friends Provident and says it will withdraw its proposal by the end of this week if the life office does not enter into discussions.
Claim-chaser Brunel Franklin has started a service for whole-of-life misselling complaints, claiming that a majority of the five million people with policies may be affected.
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