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Risk Placement claims big time savings online

Risk Placement Services says it has set aggressive distribution targets for this year and extended its service to advisers through three networks, including Sesame.

The impaired-life specialist will now offer its services to Sesame, Burns Anderson and Covernet advisers which have a combined adviser base of over 8,000.

RPS recently announced it would be offering its services to over 5,000 advisers from Personal Touch and The Whitechurch Network and to advisers who use Mortgage Promotions mortgage club.

RPS claims advisers will save an average of 8.5 hours per application by using its online service.

The company says it is planning further network and national collaborations.

Sesame life pensions and investment product manager Phil Hull says: “We are pleased to be able to offer RPS’s services both to our network members and directly regulated customers. At a time when the need for adequate, proper protection is paramount, the addition of this service can only help advisers to meet the protection needs of their clients.”

RPS sales director Kevin Broadbent says: “We believe that RPS’s service is a vital tool in today’s busy adviser’s toolkit for managing non-standard customers’ complex product needs and the collection of medical and other evident in an efficient, cost-effective and sensitive manner.”

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