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L&G launches website for group protection

Legal & General has launched a  new website for advisers selling group protection.

The new site is designed for advisers combining all of L&G’s employee benefit propositions across protection, pensions and savings.

It aims to help advisers boost business in the corporate market, maximise the cross selling opportunities and give a better service to their clients.

It includes technical guides and brochures, and targeted information for advisers, employers and employees.

L&G Group Protection sales director Glenn Laming says: “We’ve recognised that during 2010 and beyond, potential changes to the default retirement age and the introduction of personal accounts will provoke a catalyst of change across employee benefit packages.

“Developing a joint website is just one step in the direction of ensuring we present a comprehensive suite of solutions to help advisers give their clients the best possible advice and service.”


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There are 2 comments at the moment, we would love to hear your opinion too.

  1. This is an excellent example of a provider giving advisers what they need as opposed to what they think we need.

  2. Stephen Thomson 21st April 2010 at 1:06 pm

    This is an excellent example of a provider copying another provider.

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