Cura Financial Services has launched a referral service to advisers looking to place impaired lives cases.
Cura Financial Services has launched a referral service to advisers looking to place impaired lives cases. Cura invite advisers with difficult to place cases, to phone or email them to discuss the client's details. Once the case is on risk and the client is covered the introducing adviser will get paid. Kathryn Knowles, in charge of marketing at Cura, said, "We specialise in getting cover in place for impaired lives. We prefer to say "quirky or hard to place cases" to describe high risk...
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