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Next Intel sets up multi-tie panels

Next Intelligence has launched two new multi-tie protection panels to sit alongside its whole-of-market panel.

Directly authorised advisers can choose from a multi-tie panel which includes Bright Grey, Friends Life, L&G, LV= and PruProtect. There is also a four-plus-one option, which contains Aviva, Friends Life, Legal & General and LV= plus an insurer chosen by the adviser.

The multi-tie and four-plus-one panel options offer enhanced commission rates.

Access to the protection panels is free and available to all DAs who register as Next Intelligence executive plus and executive partner members, which require brokers to commit to three and six cases per month respectively. These can be a mixture of life, general insurance or mortgage business.

Both executive partner and executive plus membership packages offer free access to Mortgage Brain’s sourcing system and 48-hour procuration fee payments. Executive partner status, the highest tier of membership, allows access to the club’s broker support team and a greater range of exclusives.

Next Intelligence managing director Sally Laker says: “We have listened to feedback from our club members since the launch of our protection proposition last year and we are thrilled to be able to offer more choice and a wider range of panel options.”

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