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Breakfast with world rugby’s finest
It's not every day you can say you had breakfast with the All Blacks, but we were lucky enough to have these bragging rights. We took the chance to chat about all things fitness, nutrition and wellness.
Lockdown: walking, wine and expert advice
Support with healthy eating and fitness goals have been available since AIG launched Smart Health nearly a year ago. Why talk about them now? I don’t foresee things changing any time soon, which means it has become imperative that I maintain some kind of fitness regime.
New GP on the block
Here at AIG Life, we genuinely want to make a difference and help ease the burden on both the NHS and your clients. This is why we sourced the right service that resolves many of the issues brought to light in our research.
There's no one size fits all underwriting
Simple underwriting is a hot topic. Various propositions have been brought to market in the last year with shorter, faster or streamlined underwriting.
Let’s talk about ‘embarrassing symptoms’
Bowel cancer is the second biggest cancer killer in the UK and accounted for 3% of AIG Life’s critical illness claims last year. Every 30 minutes someone dies from it but it’s largely curable if caught in early stages.
Changing the way we underwrite
We’ve made two significant changes to our underwriting philosophy to make buying insurance even easier...
Motor Neurone Disease: An Underwriter’s Perspective
Professor Hawking suffered from MND but may know little else about it. We want to shed some light on...
Opening up more access to insurance
Offering insurance to as many people as possible has always been at the forefront of what we do...
PODCAST: Underwriting simpler protection
Our Head of Underwriting and Claims Strategy, Debbie Bolton discusses underwriting...
Setting the pace for medical advancements
They are the size of a matchbox, and saves the lives of 25,000 people a year...
Behind the scenes: Meet our underwriters
Underwriting is fundamental in both the customer experience and in the profitability of life business...
What is actively at work?
We explain in a little more detail what we mean by actively at work and why it’s so important...
Raising the bar on value added services - AIG gets smart
How do we meet or even exceed the expectations of a customer who could have cover with us for 40 years or more? We challenged ourselves to build a proposition that puts the customer in charge of managing their health – whatever their stage in life. Enter Smart Health - more than just an add-on.
Critical illness recovery time - why don’t we talk about it?
It's unlikely that customers will know how long it can take to recover from a serious medical condition...
Lifestyle shouldn’t stop your clients getting protection
The time-poor lifestyles of people in today’s society is impacting on many aspects of their life...
Things to consider before the new tax year
We know attentions are being drawn to helping your clients maximise their available tax allowances and exemptions. Read on for some planning suggestions to consider for 2020/21.
Income Protection: Top 5 Myths
AIG can help you explain to your clients why income protection is easy to apply for and accessible to many...
An afternoon with bereaved children
Bereaved children and a rugby-playing legend is an unusual pairing, and not one I expected to...
3 top tips from the All Blacks Sevens
We were proud to host the much anticipated All Blacks Rugby Sevens breakfast meeting at...
Mental health and insurance - It’s time to talk
For the first time, as a nation, we’re finding it easier to talk, to get help and to educate ourselves about mental illness.
End of tax year protection considerations
As the end of the tax year approaches, many financial advisers’ attentions will understandably be drawn to maximising available contributions and tax reliefs...
New solutions to cover inheritance tax liabilities
As the nation’s wealth grows, so do the Government’s inheritance tax (IHT) receipts. In the 2018-19 tax year a record £5.4bn was paid, an increase of 3.1%...