Mortgage Intelligence launches GI proposition

Mortgage Intelligence has announced the launch of a general insurance proposition for all its network members.

It has introduced three new panel options, a preferred partner, 1+1, and a whole of market option, according to the network.

A preferred partner means an individual can choose one provider, 1+1 allows for two providers to be chosen and whole of market means all providers are accessible.

The providers to choose from include Berkeley Alexander, Legal & General, Paymentshield, Uinsure and Source, it adds.

Furthermore, for firms who intend to introduce general insurance leads rather than give advice, Mortgage Intelligence referral options have been extended to also include Safe & Secure and Berkeley Alexander.

Mortgage Intelligence managing director Sally Laker says: “A key part of our proposition is listening to our advisers and responding to their feedback.

“This is why we are delighted to be launching a new general insurance proposition that promises the additional choice and flexibility that network firms felt would add value to their business.

“Having completed a thorough tender process to identify the providers best placed to support our ongoing strategy, we are also excited by the prospect of working with five highly respected general insurance providers that share our vision for delivering innovation and competitive products to our appointed representatives.”

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