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Next Intelligence launches protection panel for DA firms

Next Intelligence is launching a life protection panel specifically designed for the directly authorised market.

The panel consists of Bright Grey, Friends Life, Legal & General and Pru Protect.

Access to the panel is free to all DA brokers who register as Next Intelligence Executive Plus and Executive Partner members.


Next Intelligence launched its three free of charge membership tiers when it launched to the market in April 2011.

Sally Laker, managing director at Next Intelligence, says: “With unemployment and household debt on the increase there has never been a more important time for brokers to ensure that their clients have the right protection in place.

“We have worked very closely with, in our opinion, a dream team panel of providers to design this unique, market leading proposition specifically for Next Intelligence members and their clients.”



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