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Lincoln Financial deal with Exchange

The Exchange has announced that Lincoln Financial Group will be listing its whole of life protection policy on the Exweb platform.
It is the first new business announcement since Vertex confirmed its intention to acquire The Exchanges parent Marlborough Stirling.
Lincoln will only be listing the life cover option on the Exweb quotation tool, although other benefits can be added.
Lincoln Financial Group head of marketing Brian Sceats says: “The service is a vital tool for the intermediary market to obtain quotes quickly and efficiently.”
The Exchange managing director David Child says: “We were quick to realise the benefits this product brings to the protection market and are only too pleased to list it on Exweb.”


Friends restructures team

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Ambrose McGinn resigns as director of Abbey for Intermediaries

Abbey for Intermediaries director Ambrose McGinn has resigned and will leave on March 24th.He has been at Abbey for 16 years and now wants a change of direction in his career. The Abbey for Intermediaries team will now report to Abbey intermediary and specialist banking managing director Tim Murley, subject to FSA approval. Murley has […]

C&G sets discount and tracker loans at 4.89%

Cheltenham & Gloucester is offering two new prem-ium tracker and premium discount mortgages. The two-year premium tracker mortgage will track at 0.14 per cent over the Bank of England base rate until April 30, 2007. It is offering a current rate of 4.89 per cent. The two-year premium discount mortgage offers a discount of 1.85 […]


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