AIG Life joins UnderwriteMe

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Phil Jeynes, head of sales & marketing at UnderwriteMe
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Phil Jeynes, head of sales & marketing at UnderwriteMe

Critical illness upgrades now live on online cover comparison service

AIG Life has added its critical illness, life and income protection products to UnderwriteMe's online comparison service. The announcement has come just days after the life insurer released details of its latest critical illness upgrades, which saw simpler definitions, increased pay-outs and new conditions added to the product. AIG Life is the eighth major UK protection provider to go live on the free service which allows intermediaries to quote, compare, underwrite and sell protection with...

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