Adviser Choice Risk Awards finalists named

The finalists have been named for the Money Management/Dexx&R Adviser Choice Risk Awards.

The awards, determined by Dexx&R and reflecting the views of financial advisers on the merit or otherwise of current life/risk products in the market, has resulted in a close contest between the major players.

The awards cover insurance both inside and outside of superannuation and will be presented at awards luncheon to be held at the Ivy on Tuesday, 20 November. 

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The finalists are as follows:


Term & TPD Products

BT – Life & TPD

TAL – Accelerated Protection Life Cover & TPD

MLC Insurance – Life & TPD


Trauma Products

OnePath – OneCare Trauma Premier

MLC Insurance – Critical Illness Plus with Benefits

BT – Living Insurance Plus


Disability Income Products

Clearview – LifeSolutions Income Protection

AIA – Priority Protection Income Protection

TAL – Accelerated Protection Income Protection Premier


Business Overheads Products

Asteron – Life Complete Business Expenses

MLC Insurance – Business Expense Platinum

Zurich – FutureWise Ongoing Fixed Expenses


Inside Superannuation

Inside Super Individual (Guaranteed Renewable) Term and TPD Rider

BT - Wrap Life & TPD Super

MLC Insurance – Life Cover & TPD Super

TAL – Accelerated Protection Life & TPD Super


Inside Super Disability Income Product

ClearView – LifeSolutions IP Super

MLC Insurance – Income Protection Platinum Super

BT – Wrap Income Protection Super


Public Offer Super Funds (Group) Term & TPD Benefits

Russell Super Solutions (TAL)

First State Super Personal Superannuation (TAL)

Unisuper – Personal Superannuation (TAL)


Public Offer Super Funds (Group) Disability Income

First State Super Personal Superannuation (TAL)

HOSTPLUS – Personal Super (MetLife)

UniSuper – Personal Superannuation (TAL)



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