Our Head of Propositions, Clare Lusted, will be hosting a live webinar on Friday 5th June at 10am, taking a deep dive into important, and perhaps less-familiar topics surrounding Group Risk. The presentation will be 30 minutes, with an interactive 15-minute Q&A session to follow.
Attendance could count towards your continuous professional development (CPD) obligations as well as giving you valuable material to discuss with your clients.
The webinar will cover:
• What are master trusts and how do they benefit your clients?
• Registered and Group Life benefits
• Health and wellbeing services: what do your clients have access to, free of charge?
If you’re interested in brushing up on the more technical aspects of Group Risk or are interested in understanding better the additional services offered by MetLife, this live session is for you.
Why do over 50% of our sales include the additional child cover? Join sales manager Andy Paterson for our 30 minute family webinar that focusses on the key reasons families and parents chose to protect their everyday with MetLife.
Join Stuart Isaac for a whistlestop tour of MultiProtect's benefits and the typical routes to market.
This webinar will give you a good understanding of the MultiProtect and where you might start to place the product in your advice process.
The webinar will take no longer than 30 minutes.
Even when life is running smoothly, the unexpected can happen. So, make sure
you’re prepared with MetLife MultiProtect.
MultiProtect provides financial support for you 24/7 worldwide, covering a range of injuries from broken bones to those that could have a
significant impact on your life. You will also be covered if you have to spend time in a UK hospital and, with our extended cover options, you can
protect your children as well.
With MultiProtect you will also have free and unlimited access to our professional wellbeing support centre, provided by Health Assured, that
offers a wealth of expert resources, so you can start experiencing the benefits of a more positive future, today.