Follow us on:

CloseClose

FT Adviser - Advisers urged to discuss group protection

By Imogen Tew.

Advisers should make an effort to speak to their corporate clients about group protection, an industry body has said, as research showed employers struggled to manage their employees' needs.

Katharine Moxham, spokesperson for Grid, the industry body for group protection, said it made "good business sense" for advisers to talk about group risk. She said the world of employee benefits had changed as auto-enrolment and other measures meant conversations about employee benefits were opening up.

This in turn was providing advisers with the opportunity to consult with employers on group risk, she said.

She also thought there was increased competition for client retention in the adviser space as “proving value and demonstrating return” had “never been tougher”.

Please click here to view the full article.

Join now

If you are active in the group risk market and would be interested in gaining a greater share of voice and working more closely with your contemporaries in the industry please get in touch by completing this page.

Benefits of membership:

A STAKE IN POLICY

A STAKE IN POLICY

The opportunity to influence group risk policymaking.

VALUE BY ASSOCIATION

VALUE BY ASSOCIATION

GRiD is a respected voice in the protection sector – as such, membership enhances the status of member organisations.

ACCESS TO EXCLUSIVE INFORMATION

ACCESS TO EXCLUSIVE INFORMATION

Privileged access to output from the various working groups, including consultation responses, regulatory updates, employer research and pan industry claims data. GRiD members also gain exclusive access to industry speakers at member meetings.

Please enter your details:

Member register
  •     Already a member? Please login.