Insurance industry has so many plans that are nôt well known by the costumers and disability insurance is one of them.
In a very explainatory article published at the Wall Street Journal, Glenn Ruffenach shows us all we need to know about this type of insurance.
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¿What is the perception of the insurance industry value to society?
Asia Insurance Review, as the voice of insurance in Asia, is hosting an international summit to recognize and salute the role of insurance industry in daily life, the economy, society and nation-building.
This Summit aims to provide a platform for insurers and users of insurance to come together to see what more the insurance industry can do to better serve individuals, corporates and society while taking stock of its current strengths and weaknesses.
Summit is being held in Singapore on 29th and 30th April, 2015 in Singapore at the Grand Hyatt.
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Insurance Health Plans are generating a great controversy around the world, and the U.S. is not far from that.
While goverments around the world are attempting to implement sustainable health plans , the insurance industry appears to have no intention to change its policies regarding health insurance plans.
I want to share with you this interesting point of view:
With regards to one of the current hottest topic in the financial industry is “Insurance” vs “Investment”. If you were to ask me, in my opinion and being in this industry, I would say that Insurance is never an Investment. It is totally two different things.
So, I cannot believe how my peers in this industry actually go out there, acting as an Investment Professional, hard-selling products as Investment Product towards clients. In my very own opinion, I would say that this practise can be regarded as mis-selling.
Why? Why is a question you would ask me? We are professionals to design and cater for the assurance needs of the client and not investment needs. Although we have an option for clients which are called “Invesment-Linked Policies”, our priority is to cater for the client’s assurance or protection needs, investment needs is secondary.