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Critical illness insurance - product developments and innovation »
The critical illness market can be fast changing and the trend has been to cover more conditions over time. But innovation has been quite slow and by early 2007 few new ideas being talked about by insurers had actually made it to market, although two new ideas did generate high levels of interest in 2006.
Critical illness insurance - product developments and innovation »
The critical illness market can be fast changing and the trend has been to cover more conditions over time. But innovation has been quite slow and by early 2007 few new ideas being talked about by insurers had actually made it to market, although two new ideas did generate high levels of interest in 2006.
A questionable proposal? »
When the law commissions sought responses in January this year about the areas of insurance law that most required reform, they indicated that non-disclosure and misrepresentation would definitely be on the agenda. On 22 September, the law commissions released their first issues paper outlining their tentative proposals on the subject.
Regulatory news October 2006 »
Regulatory news bulletin for October 2006
Trusts - financial services products and the Finance Act 2006 changes »
The well-publicised inheritance tax (IHT) and capital gains tax (CGT) changes to trust taxation in schedule 20 of the Finance Act 2006 have a substantial impact on the products used by our profession. This is a brief note of some of the areas to be considered.
Pensions tax simplification »
On 6 April 2006, a new tax regime was applied to all pension schemes. The old system with its several different sets of rules applicable to different schemes was replaced with one unified approach. Pensions professionals need to be aware of some key issues ...
Pension tax timebomb »
Many of the problems being faced by insurers relate to wider concerns over savings and pensions provision. However, Shadow Chancellor Michael Howard MP argues that the government has not yet realised - or does not care - how serious the situation is
Associateship examination - Life branch (1973-1981) »
CII syllabus for Associateship examination - Life branch (1973-1981)

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