Insurtechs Surer, My-Insurer partner to streamline advising process

They will upskill each others' user base through discounted pricing and joint education.

Singapore insurtechs Surer and My-Insurer/Wellnex have partnered to offer intermediaries a solution to streamline the process from client advising to deal closing, according to a press release.

The firms will collaborate to upskill each other’s user base through discounted pricing and joint education efforts via channels like newsletters and webinars.

“The benefits of a supercharged intermediary cannot be understated - they are the cornerstone of the general insurance industry where products are much more complex and their advice to their clients and the insurer is highly valued,” said Surer co-founder Derren Teo.

Interested intermediaries can learn more about the partnership through Surer’s and My-Insurer’s respective websites.

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