Zurich launches adviser platform with multi-application approach

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Zurich has launched a protection platform enabling advisers to apply for multiple policies in one application, COVER can exclusively reveal.

Called 'ZHub', the platform provides advisers with a personalised dashboard where they can keep track of their entire protection business with Zurich. The platform enables advisers to apply for up to five policies under one application, without the need to re-key customer information. Electronic signatures have been introduced so advises do not have to wait for paper signatures for access to customers' medical records. From the new dashboard, advisers can access a document library offering...

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