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Pink enhances GI proposition

Pink Homes Loans has enhanced its general insurance proposition by offering its members more providers to choose from.

It found that 90% brokers surveyed stated that they prefer to have the choice of using both of Pinks general insurance providers; first4cover and Paymentshield, whereas, just one in ten wanted to use a single provider.

Phil Whitehouse, business opportunities manager at Pink Home Loans, says: Selling general insurance is a key area where intermediaries can enhance their earning potential, whilst also embracing the treating customers fairly ethos.

Pink welcomes feedback from its intermediaries and such feedback has led to enhancements being made to the systems and products at both of Pinks GI providers, making the process of providing quotes and submitting business easier than ever.

Adam Lawrence, business development manager at first4cover, says: We were delighted to support Pink at their recent seminars and feedback following the launch of our proposition through Pink, has enabled us to make improvements to our products and systems, enabling us to exceed brokers expectations.

Ian Halley, head of business partnerships at Paymentshield, says: Paymentshield and Pink have been working together for a number of years and we value the opportunity that working closely with Pink gives us to provide training and ongoing support for intermediaries.

We are currently working with Pink on several initiatives to assist its network members to sell more general insurance products

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