Independent report

Financial care products: industry-led review

Industry review identifying opportunities for development of financial products to help people pay for care.

Documents

Review of care products: key messages annex pack

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Consumers and the market place working group: key findings and messages

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Developing products for social care: pensions and insurance working group

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Department of Health steering group: housing and equity

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Detail

The Department of Health invited representatives of the financial services industry to conduct a review of the market of products to fund care. These reports have identified opportunities for development of financial care products and the problems they might face.

The review was supported by 3 industry-led working groups that looked at: consumers and the marketplace; housing and equity; and pensions and insurance.