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BSS members to access e-quotes through Webline

Broker Support Services is to use Webline to provide online quotations for its members.

BSS is a service pro-vider for advisers directly authorised with the FSA and offers a range of services including mortgages, protection and general insurance.

It was set up as a joint partnership between Mort-gage Support Network and SimplyBiz, with SimplyBiz providing web-based compliance support and MSN providing a wholeof-market mortgage range and more than 40 partner lenders.

The Webline service for BSS members provides access to Friends Provi-dent, Legal & General, Liverpool Victoria, Norwich Union, Prudential and Scottish Provident.

Webline account manager Matt Humphrey says: “As Webline has no constraints with older, legacy technology, we are able to move quickly to deliver a complete solution giving BSS advisers rapid access to our online services, tailored in exactly the way they need.”

BSS joint managing director Jason Graham says: “By incorporating the Webline system, at no additional cost to users, we have been able to provide a leading-edge solution for our advisers which gives them access to comparative quotations and e-submission capabilities across our provider partner range.”

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