FNB Life announced on Monday that consumers can now take up funeral plans through nearly 6700 FNB ATMs and Slimline devices across the country.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed FNB Life CEO Lee Bromfield.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
We want to be a fully-fledged life insurance company.— Lee Bromfield
Your cover is effective immediately.— Lee Bromfield
We’ve simplified the product and made it transparent.— Lee Bromfield
We’re going for very good value policies.— Lee Bromfield
We’re selling about 400 policies per month. This is ramping up.— Lee Bromfield
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