Aegon extends Atos partnership to 1.4 million customers

'For administration services'

Sophie King
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Adrian Grace: “It’s important that, as the financial services market evolves, we continue to provide customers with an excellent service, stability and help them achieve a lifetime of financial security.”
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Adrian Grace: “It’s important that, as the financial services market evolves, we continue to provide customers with an excellent service, stability and help them achieve a lifetime of financial security.”

Aegon has extended its partnership with digital transformation firm Atos to service and administer almost one million more of the life company's non-platform customers.

Aegon said the deal would improve customer service for around 1.4 million existing customers under a multitude of different policy types. Atos has serviced and administered Aegon's 500,000 protection customers...

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