Paul Quarendon: Trust Me, I'm in Software

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Paul Quarendon, new product development manager, Synaptic Software
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Paul Quarendon, new product development manager, Synaptic Software

How can life insurance trust innovation can help secure consumer confidence in today's highly competitive landscape?

The emphasis on life insurance trusts is picking up momentum with a major development recently announced by the re-emergence of a familiar and trusted brand. This exciting development focusing on planning where the proceeds of a life insurance policy end up has certainly pricked up the ears of many commentators and so it should - it's a great move. Bear in mind, that this is also against the backdrop of others making in-roads with their systems beginning to digitise the completion of a trust...

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