Three intermediary firms join UnderwriteMe

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Three intermediary firms join UnderwriteMe

UnderwriteMe has been chosen by three further, high profile intermediaries: Assured Futures, Tuto and Future Proof.

All three companies will begin using the comparison service in December 2016, with further launches (including London & Country Mortgages) planned for early 2017. The technology company said that a version open to all intermediaries has been scheduled for quarter one. This follows an initial launch with the UK's largest independent protection adviser, LifeSearch, and a direct to consumer implementation through Cavendish Online. The UnderwriteMe comparison service allows intermediaries to...

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