Three Premier Choice Group Consultants Took Part in This Year’s London Marathon

In In The Press by PCH Staff

Thousands of people took part in this year’s London marathon, including three of our consultants: Caroline Robinson, Andy Ashton and Kevin Ryan. The event was literally out of this world, with Major Tim Peake kicking it off from the International Space Station. The British astronaut even took part from space on a treadmill, breaking the record for the fastest marathon …

Three New Consultants Appointed at Premier Choice Group

In In The Press by PCH Staff

As part of our continued expansion we have welcomed three new consultants into PCH so far this year. Adam Nurse, Peter Lowenberg and Tharik Jainu-Dean have all joined us. I am sure you would like to join me in wishing them every success in their new roles. Adam Nurse Peter Lowenberg Tharik Jainu-Dean PCH StaffPremier Choice is award winning in ensuring individuals, families …

Congratulations to Sarah Lewis and Tom Pullinger

In In The Press by PCH Staff

Congratulations to Sarah Lewis and Tom Pullinger who both recently passed the Chartered Insurance Institute’s Group Risk exam (GR1). The objective of the GR1 is to help individuals develop an understanding of group risks, including how such schemes operate, as well as their features and taxation. A big thumbs up, Sarah and Tom​! PCH StaffPremier Choice is award winning in …

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Think Insurance Companies Never Pay Out? Think Again…

In In The Press, Industry News, Insurance, Protection by PCH Staff

There’s long been a myth attached to insurance companies that says they rarely pay out when people really need them. And it’s caused people to be sceptical about taking out insurance policies to say the least. Couple this myth with the fact that many people assume that the state will provide for them if the family breadwinner can no longer …

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Many Small Businesses Ignoring the Risks Associated with the Loss of a Key Person

In Business, In The Press, Industry News, Protection by PCH Staff

Small businesses owners today often find themselves consumed with the day-to-day running of their firms and find very little time to sit back and take stock of other important considerations. And while this kind of focus ultimately makes for a more successful business and happier customers, it also means that they sometimes forget to think about the ‘what ifs’. According …

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Who is Responsible for Your Social Care?

In Family, In The Press, Industry News, Protection by PCH Staff

With the excellent healthcare facilities available across Europe and the advancements in medical technology that are occurring all the time, people are, in general, living a lot longer which highlights the protection gap. By 2037, the number of people in the UK over 75 is expected to double. The UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) also says that companies …

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Couch Potato Britain: Almost Half of Adults Do No Exercise

In Family, In The Press, Industry News by PCH Staff

Almost half of adults in Britain admit they do “no exercise whatsoever”, even though a large percentage of the population say they are “health conscious”. That’s one of the key findings of a new study carried out by David Lloyd Leisure to mark the start of its partnership with the British Heart Foundation, which is aiming to raise £200,000 over …

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Parents Risk Financial Security by Overlooking Protection

In Family, In The Press, Insurance, Protection by PCH Staff

According to recently released research, 40% of parents with children under the age of 18 do not have any form of life insurance, or critical illness in place. The research from Sainsbury’s Bank Life Insurance, (provided by Legal & General), further highlights the worrying protection gap that is emerging for families in the UK. If one parent can no longer …

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Cancer Conquering Adviser Named First Seven Families Ambassador

In Family, In The Press, Industry News by PCH Staff

How would you carry on paying your household bills, including your mortgage, and continue to put food on the table if your primary income was stopped or greatly reduced because of an accident or long-term illness? The bottom line is that without any set plans in place, many families struggle when their main breadwinner’s income is affected by a change …

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Don’t Overestimate the Cost of Life Cover – It’s Not as Expensive as You Think

In In The Press, Industry News, Insurance by PCH Staff

A new survey from SunLife shows that people in the UK overestimate the cost of life insurance by a staggering 394% on average. Furthermore, 47% of those people surveyed admitted that they had no idea how much life cover costs. The nationally representative poll of 1,011 people aged between 18 and 65, which was conducted online by Critical Research, also …