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&#39Lack of marketing hitting stakeholder&#39

Lack of investment in marketing is causing disappointing sales of

stakeholder pensions, according to research from the Financial Services

Forum. In April, the FS Forum contacted 70 of its members to gauge their

attitude to the marketing of stakeholder. The survey found of those

offering stakeholder no one was planning to commit more than 25 per cent of

their marketing budget on promoting the products and most were spending

less than 10 per cent.

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