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Abbey for Intermediaries launches desktop alert service

Abbey for Intermediaries is today launching an instant desktop alert service.

The free service delivers news and product alerts direct to broker PC desktops.

It can be downloaded from the Abbey for Intermediaries website.

A spokesman for Abbey says desktop alerts are easy to install and brokers can choose the updates they want.

The service will be available for downloading from Wednesday January 10.

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