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Playing the pools

Playing the pools

21 May 2015

Multinational pooling for group risk products has been around for over half a century. So why, asks Edmund Tirbutt, is interest in the concept rising now?

Benefits beyond the core

Risk opportunities beyond the core

28 April 2015

Advisers are always calling for greater innovation from providers. Edmund Tirbutt looks at how things are working beyond the mainstream 


Peak demand for group risk?

March 2015

Will auto-enrolment actually bring the much talked-of upswing in group risk business? It depends on advice and on technology, says Edmund Tirbutt

Group risk forum delegates

Rational health service?

3 February 2015

With auto-enrolment of pensions enabling advisers to talk about group risk, could we even see auto-enrolment for sickness protection? The tide of opinion may be moving that way, finds Edmund Tirbutt

Dame Carol Black

Managing mental health

3 February 2015

Mental health and cancer are two of the biggest challenges affecting the wellbeing and productivity of UK workers. Edmund Tirbutt hears why the best companies foster an open culture

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Katherine Moxham

1,500 out of 2m benefited from rehab - Grid

7 May 2015

Group risk rehabilitation figures have been published for the first time, showing that 1,529 people were helped to return to work with some form of active support from an insurer.

Russell Higginbotham, Swiss Re

Industry at a crossroads says Group Watch 2015

7 April 2015

The group risk industry is at a crossroads despite figures showing the number of people covered increasing by 200,000 in 2014 says Swiss Re.

Edmund Tirbutt

CA group risk journalist wins comedy award

27 February 2015

Group risk journalist Edmund Tirbutt, a regular Corporate Adviser contributor, has recently been named the best comedian aged over 55 at the prestigious national 2015 Silver Stand-Up Awards. 

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International benefits

Foreign intelligence

16 May 2013

Increasingly mobile employees plus tight finances equals a need to get more for less from international benefits packages. Achieving that demands better data and smarter thinking, says Nicola Sullivan 

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