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Axa links with trade union to provide products and services to 400,000 members

Axa has linked up with the Manufacturing, Science and Finance Union to offer a new benefit service to its 400,000 members known as &#39MSF First&#39.


Axa will offer a range of financial services, advice and insurance products in a joint venture with membership benefits trading company UNISERVICE.


The five-year deal will be officially launched at this year&#39s Trade Union Conference.

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