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Friends Provident to host fourth online seminar

Friends Provident is hosting its fourth online protection seminar as part of its plans to boost adviser education and encourage more advisers to tap into the market.

The provider is hosting its fourth seminar on Wednesday, Building a Case for Business Protection, to help more advisers to tap into the market. The interactive session will enable advisers to download support packs, ask the online panel questions and receive feedback, and claim CPD points for attending.

Friends head of protection Mark Jones says the move comes after “the sheer volume of positive feedback from this and previous events”, which include a seminar on the Welfare Reform changes.

He says: “Online seminars are a really convenient way for intermediaries to update their knowledge and refresh their sales skills without having to leave the office. They get the chance to answer questions in real time and we get instant feedback.”

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