Insurance news wrap-up for the week ending 27 September 2019

At CN&CO we love to be informed about the insurance industry – with so much happening it can be easy to miss a story! So make sure you get the weekly recap of the main stories from this week that you may have missed.

COVER Magazine

  • Are you ‘short-term insurance fit’?
    With Spring in the air and the weather improving, many of us will be thinking of getting fit for the warmer months. As we prepare for fitness physically, we realise that there are similarities between exercising or going to the gym, and being ‘short-term insurance fit’. Read more
  • The future of life insurance and the case for income benefits
    The results are in & the people have spoken. When it comes to life insurance, 61% of South Africans would opt for an income pay-out over a lump sum. According to FMI’s 2017 Lapse Report, lump sum only benefits are 66% more likely to lapse in their first year, compared to income only benefits. Read more
  • Santam voted top performer in Sunday Times top brands survey
    For an impressive 6th consecutive year, Santam has been voted the top performer in the Business category of the annual 2019 Sunday Times Top Brands Survey. Read more

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FA news

  • It’s all about the money
    When brokers meet clients for the first time, the issue of price often takes centre stage within the conversation. Price is often the deal breaker when it comes to onboarding, client retention and demonstrating value. Read more
  • Playing a dangerous game
    When it comes to saving for retirement, the biggest detractor of value is cost. Read more

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FIA Week@AGlance

  • Managing Political and Trade Credit Risks key priority for multinational businesses on the African continent
    As businesses continue to expand across borders into Africa, they potentially face a number of geopolitical threats such as expropriation, discrimination, political violence, forced abandonment, trade agreements and exchange controls – collectively known as political and trade credit risks. Read more
  • DIMs Panel at the #FIAAdviceSummit – Collaboration breeds success
    Let’s chat about what to expect at the #FIAAdviceSummit. Read more

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