View more on these topics

PruProtect offers 5% discount on Vitality Optimiser premiums

Insurance provider PruProtect is aiming to boost sales by offering a 5 per cent discount on Vitality Optimiser premiums for new customers.

The offer will run between 8 September and 7 November, and includes life, serious illness, income protection and relevant life policies.

The discounted premiums will last for the life of the policy.

PruProtect is also offering all new customers a free Vitality health check during the offer period.

PruProtect marketing and distribution director Justin Taurog says: “Vitality Optimiser has be a huge success since we launched it a year ago and it now contributes more than 40 per cent of our new business volume.

“We want to continue to drive engagement with Vitality among our clients as well as providing a much needed ‘back to school’ boost to the sector.”

Recommended

Mole

The Mortgage Mole: Racing Cert

Racing cert Mole is always one for a bit of variety and the cheeky glint that resides in his eye usually shines brightest when he gets to poke fun at the occasional mortgage mishap.  But with another week gone by, we have another week’s worth of charitable efforts from you do-gooders in the mortgage industry […]

Robert-McCoy-700.jpg

Analysis: Private surveys will fill a need

Delays in lending approvals are unhealthy for the industry and we support initiatives to speed up the process. But it is important that customers understand the quality of the property they are buying. As Mortgage Strategy revealed last week, some lenders are returning to automated valuation reports in certain circumstances. This follows an announcement by […]

Skipton-Building-Society-700x450.jpg

Skipton launches 2-year fixed product range starting from 1.92%

Skipton Building Society has launched a two-year fixed rate mortgage range with rates starting from 1.92 per cent. The lender is offering a 60 per cent LTV deal with £195 application fee and £800 completion fee at 1.92 per cent, with a fee-free option priced at 2.49 per cent, down from 2.59 per cent. A […]

Newsletter

News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up