A couple of weeks ago we announced our collaboration with UnderwriteMe, where we’ll offer our member firms access to the Protection Platform. Why now? Well, amongst other reasons, never has protection insurance been more desperately called upon and this platform is the ideal ‘stepping on’ point. Coronavirus is a life (and business) changing event and […]
Auxilium Partnership, the protection club led by Mark Graves, announces its usage of the Protection Platform from UnderwriteMe as part of its effort to increase protection business across the industry. The Protection Platform is a free system for advisers and allows them to sell multiple products from multiple insurers in one place. By leveraging the […]
Mark Graves, CEO of Auxilium Partnership, has announced plans to reinvigorate the mortgage protection advice market with the creation of Aux Group Limited, majority-owned by The Property Franchise Group PLC (TPFG), an AIM-listed property franchise business.
Our CEO Mark Graves and Johnny Timpson of Scottish Widows sat down with Victoria Hartley to share their views on developments in the protection market.
Mark Graves, CEO of Auxilium and passionate protection advocate, considers how understanding the way the brain works should make the protection sale second nature.
Auxilium Partnership has appointed Sarah Moore as Head of Proposition, reporting to Chief Executive Officer, Mark Graves. Graves’ new adviser protection club launched just two weeks ago with a commitment to offering unrivalled support to advisers throughout the protection sale.
MCI Club, part of the eKeeper Group, has appointed Auxilium Partnership as its protection partner. MCI, which provides members with a suite of services including a comprehensive lender panel, now has access to a broad range of competitive protection product options, as well as the proactive expertise, training, development and marketing support that Auxilium is offering.
Headed by protection specialist Mark Graves, Auxilium Partnership plans to shake up the protection distribution market for networks and mortgage clubs and show intermediaries an alternative way of responding to their clients’ protection needs.