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Mortgage Intelligence refreshes income protection offering for advisers

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Mortgage Intelligence refreshes income protection offering for advisers
Network Mortgage Intelligence has launched a new income protection offering for advisers, including the introduction of two panel options which will offer members competitive commission rates and wider product options.

Appointed representatives and directly authorised members of the Next Intelligence club will have access to Mortgage Intelligence’s Whole of Market and Prime panels, which also include the addition of a number of new specialist IP providers as well as some new entrants to the market.

Mortgage Intelligence’s Prime panel consists of six providers; five core providers and an additional provider which members can choose from the Whole of Market panel, which consists of 12 providers. The network said this allows members “flexibility and choice dependent on their business model and the type of protection business they write”.

Mortgage Intelligence has also partnered with iPipeline to give brokers access to the firm’s SolutionBuilder quote-and-apply system, which allows advisers to compare protection needs within a responsive interface. The service supports both single and multi-benefit products so advisers can identify the most suitable solution for their client’s needs and budget.

Sally Laker, managing director of Mortgage Intelligence, said: “A key part of our strategy for 2017 is making it easier for advisers to ensure their clients are suitably protected. We feel the introduction of our new protection panels alongside SolutionBuilder, will enable both Appointed Representatives and Directly Authorised members the opportunity to provide innovative solutions based on their client’s needs and budget.”

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