L&G launches annuity tracking service for advisers

First phase of digital investment

Hannah Godfrey
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“The launch of Track My Apps for advisers is just the initial phase of our digital investment and we are focused on further improving the service we provide to financial advisers" - L&G's Jon Scannell
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“The launch of Track My Apps for advisers is just the initial phase of our digital investment and we are focused on further improving the service we provide to financial advisers" - L&G's Jon Scannell

Legal & General (L&G) has launched Track My Apps, a service to support advisers moving clients from fixed-term annuities to lifetime annuities.

The insurance giant claimed the tracking service, which is provided by fintech company Origo, was the first of its kind in the market. It also said the technology would help advisers to save time, with...

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