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NFU Mutual launches partnership with AIG

NFU Mutual launches partnership with AIG

NFU Mutual launches partnership with AIG One of the leading rural insurers in the UK has announced a partnership with one of the giants of the international insurance sector as they collectively attempt to offer a suite of prestigious life protection products.

NFU Mutual has officially kicked off its partnership with American International Group (AIG) Life to offer products to both business and personal customers.

NFU Mutual’s customers will be offered a suite of flexible protection deals; whole of life, term assurance, family income benefit, income protection and AIG Life’s critical illness insurance. Business customers meanwhile will be offered business term assurance, business critical illness with term assurance and relevant life insurance.

Speaking about the partnership, Nick Turner, sales and agency director for NFU Mutual outlined that the recognition AIG has throughout the industry will be a great asset for the company.

“We’re delighted to be working in partnership with AIG Life to deliver a brand new suite of life protection products to both our personal and business customers,” he said. “Through the products and service they deliver, AIG Life has a great reputation and we are really looking forward to working with them in helping to deliver the best to NFU Mutual customers.”  

Meanwhile, Mark Anders, partnerships director at AIG Life, described the deal as a “major milestone”.

“We are pleased to launch our partnership with NFU Mutual,” he said. “This is a major milestone in our journey to build business partnerships. Given NFU Mutual’s brand and reputation among its customers, we are confident that our protection products will appeal to their advisers and customers. We look forward to a long and successful partnership.”

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