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Axa Life looks forward to depolarisation

Axa Life says it looks forward to depolarisation and helping IFAs make the right choices for their businesses.

Axa press relations officer Peter Webb says: ” IFAs now have a number of choices and will need to look at the best way of adapting their business. We are happy
to work with them to find the solution that best fits their business and we can support the range of solutions made possible under depolarisation.

Similarly, on protection, we did not expect to see pure protection and general insurance being included in the menu. Intermediaries can now choose the
remuneration model that best suits their business. Some may have the same model for pensions, investments and protection, others may choose different models for protection. We can work with intermediaries whichever model they choose to
adopt.”

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