UK - Software specialist Marlborough Stirling will help spearhead Royal Liver Assurance's entry into the IFA market.
The life assurer has signed a 10-year contract for Marlborough Stirling to deliver electronic quotation and new business transaction services via its Exweb portal.
Clients will be able to use the “Lamda” software, which Royal Liver expects to generate £25m in extra turnover.
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