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Hinckley and Rugby appoints L&G as sole supplier of protection

Legal & General has been appointed the sole supplier of life protection, investment, household and accident, sickness and unemployment insurance by Hinckley and Rugby.

The contract, which was awarded following a competitive bid process, takes effect on January 11 2004.

Duncan Crocker, managing director retail distribution at Legal & General, says: “The company is pleased not only to have resecured the contract with the Hinckley and Rugby for life and investment business, but to be able to extend this to include household and accident, sickness and unemployment business.

Barry Hunt, director and chief executive of Hinckley and Rugby, says: “It makes so much sense to integrate life, investment and general business from the customer point of view and I am delighted that Legal & General was able to match the company&#39s requirements.”

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