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Swiss Life lauches group risk technical guides

Swiss Life is launching a set of technical guides for IFAs to use when advising clients on group risk products, based on the concept of key features documents.

The guides conform to Group Risk Development guidelines, and deal with Swiss life&#39s group life, income protection and critical illness products. The guides are available at www.swisslife.co.uk/tg.

Swiss Life UK communications manager Nicola Smith says: “Swiss Life is committed to giving intermediaries as much support as possible. We believe these guides will help them to provide clients with the information and good service they are looking for.”

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