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26 January 2023
Potential UK equity release stands at £624bn
Over £600 billion of equity was available for release in UK homes in Q4 2022, a decrease of nearly £200 billion since Q2 2022.
30 December 2022
Women in finance 2022
Inclusion and belonging is fundamental to our organisation and we believe it’s vital to our success, both now and in the future.
12 December 2022
What a year for annuities!
Canada Life average benchmark annuity rates1 up by 44% since January 2022, having reached a 14-year high in October
07 December 2022
Over a third of over 55s think they will work beyond their state pension age
Over 2.5 million over 55s think they will work beyond their state pension age.
30 November 2022
- Workplace Protection
How to eat well for less
While food costs more, it’s still possible to eat well on a tight budget. Learn how to eat well for less with Sarah West, Head of Nutrition at WeCare.
24 November 2022
Investment volatility cited as key concern for advisers’ clients
New research conducted by Canada Life reveals that two-thirds (65%) of advisers’ clients are most concerned about investment volatility, significantly ahead of the fifth (22%) who cite inflation as their clients’ main concern.
23 November 2022
Legacy planning: An opportunity for advisers to bridge the gap
Research from Canada Life’s ‘Long-Term Close Up’ campaign reveals how emerging demographic shifts could change the future of financial planning
18 November 2022
- Save & Invest
Impact of the Autumn Statement
With a backdrop of the highest inflation for around 40 years, pressure on Government finances and the markets being spooked by Kwasi Kwarteng’s aborted mini-Budget, the Autumn Statement was always likely to be a relatively cautious and sombre affair.
08 November 2022
- Individual Protection
Canada Life announces plans to close onshore individual protection
Following a review of its onshore individual protection business, Canada Life has confirmed it it is no longer accepting applications for onshore individual protection products.