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On March 25, Canada protection Plan will be expanding its simplified product line, increasing its range of term products and offering a product that straddles simplified underwriting and complete medical underwriting.
This summary breaks down the decreases that Manulife Financial made to its critical illness insurance product Lifecheque on January 26. Here is the company’s summary by category of the average rate changes, shown as a percentage. Base + ROPD + ROPS with age bands Age Band 20-34 years 35-49 years […]
After having closed its guaranteed withdrawal product Class Plus 2.0 to new sales on Oct. 31, Empire Life launched version 2.1 on November 3. The current economic environment compelled the insurer to make some changes, Drew Wallace, president and CEO of Empire Life Investments, told The Insurance and Investment Journal.
The average Canadian’s exposure to Ebola virus disease (EVD), will likely be limited to the images, sometimes frightening images, of caretakers dressed in full protective quarantine suits, comforting infected infants, or managing burials in countries where 70% of those who contract the illness will die.
Sales of critical illness permanent and limited products suffered major setbacks in the first quarter, induced by earlier price hikes.
In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, regulators wanted to raise the level of investor confidence. Measures similar to those recommended by the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) were already in force in the UK and are on track to be implemented in Germany and Sweden. In Canada, the Client […]