IP business increases 13% but IFA sales dip by 5%

Scott, Tracey
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/4/2009, p13
The article reports on the performance of insurance policies in Great Britain in 2008. According to a study conducted, the insurance policies that recorded growth include, income protection (IP) which rose to 13.5 percent to 126,815 and life insurance which increased by 28.8 per cent to 282,438. However, independent financial advisers (IFAs) recorded declined insurance sales by five per cent to 58,350.


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