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Bright Grey joins threesixty protection panel

threesixty has added the life products of Bright Grey to its protection panel which can be accessed through its online quotation service.
Bright Grey is the seventh provider in the protection range that covers term assurance, critical illness and mortgage protection plans.
threesixty services partner David Ingram says: “Bright Grey’s inclusion in our protection panel represents a major addition to the range of providers available. The protection panel continues to grow in popularity with over 60 per cent of our IFA clients now using it. The improved commission terms it offers to subscribers means it is a valuable tool for IFAs.”
Bright Grey distribution director Andy Peters says: “We are delighted to be joining threesixty’s protection panel. This appointment reflects the strength of our overall proposition and our brand, and the team at Bright Grey is looking forward to working with threesixty and its clients to provide protection solutions that add real value.”


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