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Axa’s Protection Account available through Burns Anderson and Threesixty

AXA has announces its Protection Account is now available through new distribution partners Burns Anderson and Threesixty services.

In addition, it will be available through member firms of Berkeley Berry Birch by the end of March.

Axa’s Protection Account is already available from Bankhall, Britannia Building Society, LifeSearch, Millfield, Sesame and Tenet, as well as AXAs own tied network.

Axa head of protection Barbara Reilly: “We remain on course for the Account to be available to the whole of the market by the end of this year.

Berkeley Berry Birch key relationships director Hazel Hodge says: “As a whole of market distributor of financial services products, we are pleased to be able to offer this innovative new product to our advisers.”


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