Cura became ambassadors for the #TalkSuicide campaign earlier this year, on completion of suicide prevention training for all staff.
In this episode Kathryn and Matt discuss Type 1 Diabetes. How it affects the body, the potential complications that someone can experience and the insurance underwriting terms.
Cura Managing Director, Kathryn Knowles, writes for FT Adviser on how early intervention is crucial for income protection claims.
Cura Managing Director, Kathryn Knowles, comments in The Times on the concerns about the length of time that doctors are taking to respond to insurers’ requests for customers’ medical information.
In this episode the focus is upon group insurance, special guest Katharine Moxham from GRiD (Group Risk Development) discusses this with Kathryn and Roy.
The Society of Insurance Broking has just published their report on Engaging SMEs in employee wellbeing and protection polices.
Kathryn presents at the illuminate live series, delivering an online session on ‘Knowing when to take a different approach with clients’.
A course being developed by Cura Managing Director Kathryn Knowles, will help advisers develop their understanding of protection and client engagement skills.
Kathryn and Matt are taking a look at accessing insurance when someone has ADHD, autism, dyspraxia and/or dyslexia.
This episode, which has been recorded from a live ISC Group panel discussion chaired by Kathryn, explores how the menopause impacts a woman’s work life, and how employers can ensure they are providing the necessary support.