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NU goes live on Exweb Gold

Norwich Union is the latest provider to go live for policy valuations on The Exchanges Exweb Gold.
NU joins Friends Provident, Prudential and Standard Life on the service with Axa, Scottish Equitable, Scottish Widows and Skandia expected to join later this year.
NU head of ebusiness development Andrew Simon says: “Enhancing our ecommerce capability to allow real time valuations is key to our service proposition, making it easier for intermediaries to access valuations from NU.”
The Exchange managing director David Child says: “Further providers are due to join the service in the near future and as this number grows so does the efficiency and cost saving benefits Exweb Gold can deliver to intermediary businesses.”

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