The modern bank and insurance broker can to a large extent fill the gap left by the major banks. He can do this by giving personal advice to his clients and fully mapping out their financial situation. Digitalisation also plays an important role in this.
This emerged from an interview with Marc Dhondt (photo), the Belgian representative of the Luxembourg life insurance company OneLife, as part of the BZB congress that was held on 21 October.
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