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Aegon ScotEq appointed to Tenet panel

Aegon Scottish Equitable has been appointed to the Tenet Group Elite panel for individual protection from today.

Tenet appointed representatives and clients will now be able to quote and apply for Scottish Equitable’s range of individual protection plans through the Exchange.

Aegon Scottish Equitable’s head of sales for individual protection Mark Meads says: We are delighted Tenet Group has appointed us to their Elite protection panel. We have been working closely with them to make sure we have the right proposition in place to support Tenets members and clients. This appointment reflects Tenet’s confidence in our expertise and ability to deliver a first class proposition in the protection market. We firmly believe in forging partnerships with adviser distributors who reflect our desire to provide market leading service and support. I am confident this partnership will add value to both our businesses.

Tenet Group distribution and development director Keith Richards says: Our Elite panel, has seen more and more advisers sign up since its initial launch. The inclusion of Aegon Scottish Equitable will undoubtedly add value, as they have an excellent reputation for both products and services within the protection market.

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