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AIG set for move into bulk annuities

US firm AIG is understood to be entering into the bulk annuity market in the UK. The firm will be launching with the technical support of outsourcing firm Higham Group. AIG has been linked with the possible acquisition of Prudential, one of the biggest suppliers of bulk annuities in the UK.

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