Cignpost Life added to Anorak platform

Following Albany Park partnership

Adam Saville
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Paul Foody, chief operating officer, Inchora
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Paul Foody, chief operating officer, Inchora

‘Instant’ life product launched onto digital partner and intermediary platforms

As part of the announcement in the summer that Albany Park is offering offline protection advice alongside Anorak's online platform, we reported on its plans to add Cignpost Life to its D2C and broker platforms. Today, Anorak has confirmed that the online life cover, with critical illness cover as an option, has been added its partners - Yolt, Starling Bank, Nutmeg - as well as its intermediary platforms. The technology firm said it is able to put policies on risk in as little as five m...

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