The winners of the Financial Services Council's Life Insurance Awards were announced last night at a function held in Sydney.
The FSC Life Insurance Awards, announced in Sydney last night, were divided into three individual and three company-wide awards.
AMP Life won the Innovation in Direct Life Insurance Category for its MyLife product, while AMP's Mental Health Training product took out the Innovation in Retail Life Insurance award.
MLC Life's LifeView product was awarded the Innovation In Group Life Insurance award.
The Young Achiever award went to TAL head of investments, retirements and new propositions Ashton Jones.
The joint winners of the Industry Leader award were TAL general manager of group insurance Jenny Oliver and CommInsure senior manager for rehabilitation services Julie-Ann MacCormick.
Presenting the awards, FSC chief executive Sally Loane said: "Following significant change last year that saw the introduction of the first FSC Life Insurance Code of Practice, the life insurance industry continues to progress a strong consumer reform agenda in 2018."
"These awards recognise the significant contribution of the talented and dedicated people in the industry who are facing these challenges head on," Ms Loane said.
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