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Prudential redesigns adviser service

Prudential has redesigned the policy valuations facility it offers advisers on its extranet.
Products covered by the service have been significantly expanded to include legacy products.
Other features include a comprehensive search facility allowing advisers to trace their clients Prudential policies easily without needing to know plan numbers.
All policy information is now presented together in one client portfolio with the aim of making the service more simple to use.
Prudential head of ebusiness Jon Cross says: “We have had excellent feedback from advisers who have seen the prototype, and we believe this is a big step forward in making our online services as easy to use as possible.”

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