Welcome to COVER Health & Wellbeing 360

Supporting Security and Strength

Wednesday 29th March 2023| Broadcast from the COVER Studio

The UK's largest PMI & protection event dedicated to improving the health, wealth and financial wellbeing of consumers

Faced with the cost of living crisis, an economic recession and a changing world of work, the PMI & protection industry needs to do more to support the health and wellbeing of its customers. 

Health, wellbeing and financial security go hand-in-hand - which is why with this event, we are encouraging advisors, brokers, intermediaries and insurers in this industry to look at the bigger picture, the 360 view of protecting their customers from what is to come.

During this online broadcast, the COVER team will discuss pressing issues, connecting the PMI & protection industries over a singular cause: supporting consumers from all angles. We will hear from leading insurers, advisors, providers and intermediaries on the biggest challenges and topics facing the industry, including the combatting the cost of living crisis, the intersection of PMI and protection, communicating with customers in line with Consumer Duty principles, medical underwriting advancements and the adoption of new health technologies.

Sign up today, and be ready to join on the 29th March 2023. Get updates on the programmes, latest speakers, partners and get excited for what's next in health & wellbeing for the PMI and protection industry.

CPD Accredited

Who should attend?

• Protection and Health Insurance Advisers

• Independent Financial Advisers (IFA)

• Employee Benefit Consultants (EBCs)

• Insurance/Protection/Healthcare Professionals

• Mental Health Professionals

• Therapists/Counsellors/Psychologists

• HR Managers/Employers/CEOs



For registration queries contact:
Elena Simmons
Head of Events and Brand Marketing
+44 (0)20 7484 9972
For programme queries contact:
Hayley Nicholson
Event Content Manager
+44 (0)20 7484 9779
For sponsorship queries contact:
Rachel Calvert
+44 (0)7710 737414

This event is working towards the International Standard ISO 20121 and follows guidance set out by the Sustainable Event Alliance (SEA)