Weekly Life Insurance News RoundupMarch 4th, 2013 | Posted by in News
Annuity products boost Challenger profit
Challenger’s life insurance business – Australia’s largest provider of annuities – achieved total sales for the half-year of $1.98 billion, an increase of 55 per cent on the previous corresponding period.
ClearView makes senior appointments
ClearView Wealth has appointed Mike Pope and Elliot Singfield to the senior management team as it continues to build on its life insurance, wealth management and financial planning offering.
Sharing the secrets of SharePoint success
Partners Life, New Zealand’s fastest growing life insurance provider, will share how they have used SharePoint to do their business in the cloud. The solution involved transferring and tracking hundreds of thousands of policy-related documents from paper-based to electronic, to make them easily available to their staff.
Advisers worried about Choosi
A group of financial advisers has raised concerns that the life insurance comparison website Choosi.com.au is misrepresenting its services to retail clients.
Insurance in the digital age – has it lived up to its promise?
It has been a decade since the risk industry embraced phone and online underwriting. But has this technology delivered on its promise?
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