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Canada Life raises PHI sales target by 25 per cent

Canada Life IFA division is increasing its monthly PHI sales target to 1,250 cases having achieved its target of 1,000 sales in October.


The life office says it was equal fourth in attracting PHI new premium income on sales through IFAs and is only five per cent behind the number three position.


The company says if it meets its sales goals for 1999 it will account for more than ten per cent of total PHI sales in the individual income protection market place.

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