Getting the private medical insurance industry into shape

May 2012
Mortgage Strategy;5/21/2012, p017
Trade Publication
The article reports on the reluctance of mortgage brokers in Great Britain to sell private medical cover due to historical issues. According to some brokers, the complexities and extra work involved in selling the product make the commission rates inadequate. The author discusses the need for the industry to reexamine the protection product.


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