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Zurich Germany appoints Columbia Threadneedle to manage ESG mandate
20 February, 2017 Zurich Germany has appointed Columbia Threadneedle to manage its new European equity ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) strategy.
  • ABI calls on UK gov to introduce income protection tax break
    17 February, 2017 The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has called on the government to introduce a tax incentive for employers purchasing group income protection (GIP), which could extend coverage to a further 1.5m employees in the UK.
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10 ways to improve your influencing skills
20 February, 2017 Leadership coaching expert Lynn Scott, whose sector experience ranges from retail, food and drink to the NHS, recommends ten ways for senior executives to improve their influencing skills. Scott’s tips should be valuable for executives working at...
  • The state of income protection in Australia
    15 February, 2017 Bessie Hassan, income protection expert at financial comparison website, finder.com.au reviews the state and features of Australia’s income protection market. She explains that income protection is gaining interest in Australia, but lack of...
  • Positive outlook for East African insurance markets
    07 February, 2017 The insurance markets in the East African Community (EAC) appear set for strong premium and penetration growth over the next five years, according to research by Timetric’s Insurance Intelligence Center (IIC).
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Taking the pulse of the UK group life and disability insurance market
15 February, 2017 John Ritchie, former chief executive of digital group risk insurer Ellipse, and now managing director of consulting company Eithne Group, explains that in order for the UK group life and disability insurance market to realise growth it needs to...
  • Comment wire: Telcos and insurance disruption
    02 February, 2017 Innovation within insurance is moving towards using the functionality of smartphones and capitalizing upon ‘always connected’ customers, which could see mobile network providers disrupting the market, according to GlobalData Financial Services
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