Aviva partners with Fintel in distribution deal

Across insurer and investment arm

Jenna Brown
clock • 1 min read

Fintel has secured a distribution partnership with insurer and investment manager Aviva for its 'Distribution as a service' solution.

Distribution as a service (DAAS), launched earlier this year, is a subscription-based service that includes research, data, product design and targeted distribution, the firm said. It added the service enabled product providers to develop and distribute "highly targeted propositions" As part of the collaboration, Aviva Investors will launch a new sustainable retirement solution, answering the regulatory call for downside protection in retirement, it revealed. It said the solution had been developed in partnership with Fintel, optimally aligning product design to Defaqto's income drawd...

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