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Axa Protection Account now available through Thinc Destini

The Axa Protection Account will now be available through distribution partner Thinc Destini as part of a multi-tie deal.

The new agreement is in addition to the existing Axa and Thinc Destini multi-tie relationship which was launched in March 2005.

The protection account is already available from Bankhall, Britannia Building Society, Lifesearch, Millfield, Sesame and Tenet. Axas protection proposition has been in phased roll-out since November 2004.

Axa head of protection Barbara Reilly says: The Axa Protection Account is now available to around 20,000 registered individuals. We are delighted to announce the addition of Thinc Destini as a partner.

Thinc Destini group sales director Nick Boyle says: We believe our clients will benefit from having access to a package which answers their protection needs through one simple and efficient service and have no doubt the account will add even more breadth to our already extensive client proposition.

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