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Sesame&#39s latest protection offering makes for interesting reading for intermediaries. The whole-of-market solution offers less commission than the multi-tie and for the first time, a super-multi-tie is suggested, offering what we might describe as super-commission.

Who are we to criticise? The FSA is depolarising the market and such incentives may become commonplace. But one question is still to be answered before the national newspapers stick their collective boot in. We can see how such offerings benefit intermediaries but how do they benefit consumers?

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