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AIG Life adds to fund range

AIG Life has promoted ten specialist investment funds to its best of breed Active Access fund range and demoted four others for under performance or different investment objectives.

The provider says the changes bring the total available in the external fund links range to 79 all of which it says have been selected to give professional advisers more choice and investment portfolio diversification options.

AIG Life head of fund research Paul Higginbotham says: “The new funds offer excellent potential within the IFA sector, having shown consistent relative performance and proven processes.”

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