Stonebridge Group forming 'Super Six' protection panel

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Stonebridge Group forming 'Super Six' protection panel

Stonebridge Group, the mortgage and insurance network, has said it will continue to build on last year's growth with a focus on evolving its protection panel.

Last month, Stonebridge revealed its 2016 business volume figures, with mortgage completions up 53% to £4.233 billion; life business volumes up 56% with £11.8 million of life commissions completed; while its GI business was up 37.5% to £731k. Speaking at its annual conference, which took place this week at the East Midlands Conference Centre in Nottingham, Paul Nye, Director of Business Partnerships, said protection results had been largely driven by its provider panel. He also announced that...

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