At British Seniors, we believe that everyone deserves the right to a comfortable and golden retirement. It is our hope that this report will help to serve as a barometer for retirement health across the UK, along with highlighting the key issues that could prevent many from achieving the retirement they deserve.
Notes to editors:
Founded in 2012, Neilson Financial Services (NFS) is a UK specialist provider of life insurance currently selling thousands of proprietary policies per month in the UK*. NFS provides insurance products directly to consumers via the retail brands British Seniors and Smart Insurance as well as offering a partnership proposition including white-labelling capability. Having a full suite of distribution and policy administration capabilities in house, as well as a bespoke, proprietary IT platform, means NFS can offer closely synchronised online and call centre operations to provide a complete omni-channel customer experience. NFS offers a fully advised protection service through its independent advice business, Neilson Place launched in May 2020 as well as a direct to consumer protection-only comparison service ‘Choozi’, launched in June 2020.
NFS was founded by Gavin Donnelly, who previously co-founded Greenstone Financial Services (GFS) in 2007 which is now the largest life distributor and aggregator in Australia, selling 10,000 policies per month. GFS represents 42% of the direct life market (61% of media driven new business) and 45% of the aggregator market through its ‘Choosi’ brand. *
*All figs as at end April 2020
This information is for authorised intermediaries only and should not be presented to, or relied on by, retail customers. It is approved and issued by Neilson Financial Services Limited. Neilson Financial Services Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and entered on the Financial Services Register under reference 594926. Registered Office: Landmark Place, Windsor Road, Slough, Berkshire, SL1 1JL. Registered in England and Wales, number 07986483.