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Ellipse now enables members of group life schemes to nominate their preferred beneficiaries online.
Ellipse asking advisers to nominate charities to benefit from a new initiative
Auto-enrolment stimulates broader employee benefits market, according to Ellipse survey
Ellipse sponsor adviser firm fundraising for local hospice
Ellipse streamline their death claims process
Ellipse revise their approach on absentee disclosure in group life schemes
Ellipse go the egg-stra mile to support bereaved children
Ellipse re-launches Interact after revising its premiums
Ellipse removes AAW conditions
Our CEO speaking at Cover Breakfast Briefing
Maggie Williams, Editor of Reward magazine, interviews John Ritchie about the benefits environment in an auto-enrolled world
Ellipse announce the launch of its online flex quotes service
Ellipse co-sponsored some research led by Kerr Henderson among Employers in Northern Ireland
John Ritchie was a speaker at inaugural Corporate Adviser Group Risk Forum
Ellipse hosted a 'Great British Brekkie' in support of Winston's Wish
Ellipse gain top-rating in F&TRC e-excellence survey for second year in a row
An audience with John Ritchie
Ellipse has launched its second group income protection product – this time focusing on bonuses for absence reduction and early notifications.
Auto-enrolment offers an unprecedented opportunity for the group risk industry in the short, medium and long-term, according to Ellipse. The specialist group risk insurer believes auto-enrolment will be the biggest catalyst for moving to web platforms.
John Ritchie envisages a changing tide for protection advisers as auto-enrolment comes into play.
Employers should review their group income protection strategies due to increasing staff reliance on company benefits, Mercer is advising.
John Ritchie, chief executive of Ellipse talks to COVER editor Paul Robertson about why gender-neutral change was a "minor thing" for the provider and why advisers should stop intermediating.
Group risk insurer Ellipse has responded to the EU’s gender directive by claiming it will provide unisex rate tables only from September this year.
On the basis of our slick, online administration and simple pricing structure, NOW: Pensions have selected Ellipse as the group life provider to whom they will refer their auto-enrolment pension clients if they express an interest in extending their benefit packages to include death benefits.
Ellipse was once again at Employee Benefits Live. We ran a competition to generate the nearest quote to £5,000 annual premium on the day using our online system, with a Kindle to the winner. Gillian Howarth of Ashurst was our Day 1 winner, arriving at a premium of £4989.20, while David Branagh of Secondsight scooped the Kindle on Day 2 with a premium of £4,985.10.
Ellipse have secured a top 'eee'-rating in the e-Excellence Group Risk Report, produced by F&TRC in conjunction with Corporate Adviser
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