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TMO adds to term assurance proposition

  • 17/10/2001
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The Mortgage Operation (TMO) has enhanced its term assurance proposition with the addition of the Li...

The Mortgage Operation (TMO) has enhanced its term assurance proposition with the addition of the Lifequote range of providers and products. It has also increased commission for brokers recommending a Cornhill policy. Brokers using a Cornhill policy will receive 145% of the basic commission rate while those buying a policy via Lifequote will receive commission of up to 17.5 times the monthly premium. Both Cornhill and Lifequote will be available online via TMO’s sourcing system TMOS.


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