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Interview with Bright Rock CEO, Schalk Malan about their ground-breaking temporary disability cover

Published

2019

Mon

11

Nov

In October 2019 Needs-matched life insurance provider, BrightRock, announced enhancements to their temporary expenses cover. Read More

More recently Insurancegateway® Interviewed Schalk Malan to not only  learn more about their product enhancements but also to talk about Bright Rock’s strategic objectives.

Here are some of the additional topics that we explored.

•             Bright Rock’s journey to its current market position and their organisational goals.

•             Bright Rock’s trust relationships with stakeholders and their  Claims Approach.

In the short video clip that was published to the Insurance Gateway Youtube Channel you can watch ,Schalk Malan talk about these topics as well as how their needs-matched individual life offering which came on the back of the strong uptake among financial advisers of its other market-first product features.

 

 

BrightRock has particularly seen advisers and clients embrace its permanent expenses cover, with more lump-sum disability cover being placed with BrightRock than with any other insurer, according to the recently-released Swiss Re Individual Volume Survey for 2018. The  annual survey found that advisers placed more non-occupational disability cover with BrightRock in 2018 than with the rest of the market combined in the large segment (sum assured greater than R2,4 million). BrightRock is now also ranked second in terms of market share of the large segment, sold through advisers.

 
Source: Insurance Gateway
 
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Joint Life Insurance:

Insurance payable on the first death among two or more insured covered jointly under one policy. After the first death nothing more is payable. Under a joint endowment, the amount of insurance is payable on the first death or upon the survival of all lives until the end of the endowment period.
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