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Over half of L&G&#39s life protection business submitted online

More than half of Legal & General&#39s life protection is submitted online by intermediaries using the company&#39s e-trading facilities.

L&G says its online term assurance and e-protection services, launched in April, give advisers a straightforward way to complete transactions electronically.

Housing and protection director says: “We have worked closely with advisers to develop relevant technology that meets their needs and enhances the way they wan to do business.”

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