Right Mortgage and Protection revives ASU proposition

Updated cover relaunched

John Brazier
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The Right Mortgage & Protection Network has announced the relaunch of its Accident, Sickness and Unemployment (ASU) cover following the Covid-19 pandemic.

The proposition was previously withdrawn during March 2020 when the UK first entered lockdown due to emergence and swift prevalence of the Coronavirus. The Right Mortgage & Protection stated that it had been "difficult" to provide cover for its clients seeking ASU cover over the past two and a half years, but that the product still has "a position in the marketplace." The new proposition includes a full advice and compliance processes designed to support advisers when discussing ASU with clients, particularly to "to dispel any potential PPI fears that advises may have from the PPI sca...

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