Tag Archives | Underwriting

Case Study – The Value of Pre-assessments

This case study focuses on the underwriting process, and the value of utilising pre-assessments. It is designed to help advisers improve their process, their engagement with clients and to reduce completion times. At a glance Source: Melissa Crawford, Owner and Insurance Strategist, 19Thirty Client: White collar professional with history of drug use Topics covered: underwriting, […]

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Case Study – CFP v Couper

This legal case study deals with a client who switched his life insurance cover from one company to another, on the advice of his adviser. He was left uninsured when the new insurer voided the contract due to non-disclosure issues. The court concluded that the adviser was negligent and engaged in misleading or deceptive conduct, in […]

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Case Study – Insurance For Miners

This case study, provided by AMP, looks at some of the issues insurers need to address when considering the insurance cases of mining employees.   At a glance Submitted by: AMP Client name: Tony Client occupation: Mining engineer Cover applied for: AMP Elevate income insurance benefit of $11,250 per month In detail The client Tony* […]

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Insurance How To – Insurance Applications and Client Birthdays

In this Insurance How To, DKN Financial Group’s resident risk expert, Peter Stathis, outlines a new business case study that highlights the issues that may occur when a client celebrates a birthday during the underwriting process. It highlights the importance of considering all issues that may arise during an application process and how to manage […]

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