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French translation: "emballage" d'un produit financier par un contrat d'assurance

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English term or phrase:insurance wrapper
French translation:"emballage" d'un produit financier par un contrat d'assurance
Entered by: Nikki Scott-Despaigne
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02:26 Jun 2, 2001
English to French translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: insurance wrapper
we have determine two options:
- country by country offering through ML Financial COnsultant network of an insurance wrapper to existaing ML accounts providing maximum flexibility as to investment management and other features.
Sylvie André
France
Local time: 13:45
"emballage" d'assurance, produit
Explanation:
Serait-il une sort d’ "emballage" commercial qui faciliterait la commericalisation d’un autre produit financier? Il existe un bon nombre de références de ce type sur le web, en anglais, effectivement. Peu, par contre, emploient la même idée en français. Les sources en anglais mettent parfois "wrapper" entre guillements. Pourquoi pas l'essayer en français, entre guillemets?

1 - http://www.lincolnre.com/index.htm?Open=http://www.lincolnre...

Clearly, the concept of one-stop shopping, or allfinanz, is more advanced in some European markets where the process of integration of financial services is further along.
European experience shows that tax-advantaged insurance products with an emphasis on savings accumulation can be successful in the banking channel under certain circumstances. Protection products, such as pure term insurance, are rarely promoted, and the big sellers are investment products with an insurance wrapper. These products tend to compete with banking or investment products rather than other insurance products.

2 - http://www.watsonwyatt.com/homepage/eu/res/PUBLICATIONS/Insu...

February 2001 Issue (Insurance & Financial Services Review)

Redesigning financial services for the wealthy customers

Michael Rudge highlights how growing consumer sophistication is leading financial service providers to focus their product and service offering on delivering only those aspects of the value chain where they can achieve competitive advantage.

Consumer sophistication.

Sophistication is growing among customers - especially those in the affluent/high net worth segment of the market - and they are becoming more demanding. This is moving the industry from a focus of selling products to providing solutions. Financial service organisations therefore have to consider where they wish to operate in the value chain by providing some or all of the following:
· customer acquisition
· advisory services and customer relationship management
· product ‘wrappers’
· asset management
· administration.

[...]

Product ‘wrappers’.

Investment products are increasingly being seen as nothing more than a ‘wrapper’ for the underlying investment. ‘Wrappers’ such as life insurance bonds, pensions, personal equity plans (PEPs) or individual savings accounts (ISAs) can be used for UK tax planning.

· Egg offers both ISA and PEP transfer ‘wrappers’ that allow customers to invest in a selection of underlying mutual funds from some of the major fund houses, such as Threadneedle, M&G, Invesco, Gartmore and Jupiter. Customers can buy and sell mutual funds within their ISA/PEP rather than having to change their provider.

· James Hay offers various pension products allowing clients to pursue their own investment strategies.

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Nikki Scott-Despaigne
Local time: 13:45
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Summary of answers provided
na"emballage" d'assurance, produit
Nikki Scott-Despaigne
natrouvé un life-insurance wrapperAlbert Golub
nacouverture d'assurance
Madeleine van Zanten


  

Answers


2 hrs
couverture d'assurance


Explanation:
hth

Madeleine van Zanten
Switzerland
Local time: 13:45
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in pair: 200

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
Nikki Scott-Despaigne: insufisant
1 day 8 hrs
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3 hrs
trouvé un life-insurance wrapper


Explanation:
sur le site de premier life luxembourg en anglais
our innovative unit-linked products offer the benefit of the world's top funds in a line insurance wrapper
malheureusement je n'ai pas trouvé l'équivalent en français
il s'agit à mon avis d'une partie de l'assurance indexée sur un fonds de valeurs diversifiés englobant to wrapdivers (secteurs,continents, pays emergents etc..)
bonne chance

Albert Golub
Local time: 13:45
Native speaker of: French
PRO pts in pair: 2094

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
Nikki Scott-Despaigne: No, unit-linked products available "wrapped" up in a life-insurance policy - sold together, one hiding the other.
1 day 7 hrs
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1 day 5 hrs
"emballage" d'assurance, produit


Explanation:
Serait-il une sort d’ "emballage" commercial qui faciliterait la commericalisation d’un autre produit financier? Il existe un bon nombre de références de ce type sur le web, en anglais, effectivement. Peu, par contre, emploient la même idée en français. Les sources en anglais mettent parfois "wrapper" entre guillements. Pourquoi pas l'essayer en français, entre guillemets?

1 - http://www.lincolnre.com/index.htm?Open=http://www.lincolnre...

Clearly, the concept of one-stop shopping, or allfinanz, is more advanced in some European markets where the process of integration of financial services is further along.
European experience shows that tax-advantaged insurance products with an emphasis on savings accumulation can be successful in the banking channel under certain circumstances. Protection products, such as pure term insurance, are rarely promoted, and the big sellers are investment products with an insurance wrapper. These products tend to compete with banking or investment products rather than other insurance products.

2 - http://www.watsonwyatt.com/homepage/eu/res/PUBLICATIONS/Insu...

February 2001 Issue (Insurance & Financial Services Review)

Redesigning financial services for the wealthy customers

Michael Rudge highlights how growing consumer sophistication is leading financial service providers to focus their product and service offering on delivering only those aspects of the value chain where they can achieve competitive advantage.

Consumer sophistication.

Sophistication is growing among customers - especially those in the affluent/high net worth segment of the market - and they are becoming more demanding. This is moving the industry from a focus of selling products to providing solutions. Financial service organisations therefore have to consider where they wish to operate in the value chain by providing some or all of the following:
· customer acquisition
· advisory services and customer relationship management
· product ‘wrappers’
· asset management
· administration.

[...]

Product ‘wrappers’.

Investment products are increasingly being seen as nothing more than a ‘wrapper’ for the underlying investment. ‘Wrappers’ such as life insurance bonds, pensions, personal equity plans (PEPs) or individual savings accounts (ISAs) can be used for UK tax planning.

· Egg offers both ISA and PEP transfer ‘wrappers’ that allow customers to invest in a selection of underlying mutual funds from some of the major fund houses, such as Threadneedle, M&G, Invesco, Gartmore and Jupiter. Customers can buy and sell mutual funds within their ISA/PEP rather than having to change their provider.

· James Hay offers various pension products allowing clients to pursue their own investment strategies.




    Reference: http://www.lincolnre.com/index.htm?Open=http://www.lincolnre...
    Reference: http://www.watsonwyatt.com/homepage/eu/res/PUBLICATIONS/Insu...
Nikki Scott-Despaigne
Local time: 13:45
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 882
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