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Two Million People Are Now Managing Their Money On The Web Dispelling Fears Of Internet Security
22 August 2000
Boom and bust in the internet industry and constant fears about security have done little to prevent the rise of people buying financial products on line according to a new MORI Financial Services poll commissioned by Screentrade, the UK's first on-line insurance supermarket. 2 million people are now purchasing or arranging their finances on line, an increase of 11% from just six months ago.
British Families Under Informed And Under Insured
24 September 2000
Most British families face a sharp reduction in their standard of living if they are affected by serious illness or death, according to new research1 published today by Scottish Provident, the leading health and life insurance specialist.
E-Commerce Bill Will Light Blue Touch Paper On Internet Boom
15 November 1999
Mark Ransford, spokesperson for screentrade, MISYS's on-line insurance service, said: "In theory this should stoke up the Internet boom even further as it will be even easier to buy on-line and add further benefits to managing your money on-line. We were the first provider to offer consumers the chance to buy insurance on-line and have been calling for electronic signatures for a number of months."
Record Number Of People Using Internet For Their Personal Finances
1st July 1999
3.1 million people are using the net for their day to day personal finances and an extra 2.7 million have logged on to the net in total since Christmas, according to a MORI poll commissioned by Screentrade-unions, the Internet insurance service, and Interactive Investor, the leading personal finance site.
The Summer Breeze and a Soft-top, Plus the Partner of Your Choice
17th June 1999
Half, 49%, of the British people have either driven or been a passenger in a convertible car, but only three in ten women, 29%, would choose their husband or boyfriend as their ideal partner for a ride in a soft-top. This compares to four in ten, 42%, men who say they would choose wife or girlfriend, according to a survey carried out on behalf of Privilege Insurance by MORI Financial Services (May 1999).
The 'Grey Pound'
A survey commissioned by the insurer Direct Line has found that the financial services industry is failing to capitalise on the 'grey pound' phenomenon associated with an ageing, but wealthier, population.
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