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C&G extends intermediary incentive

C&G is extending its intermediary incentive paying £500 for all cases of £250,000 or more. Intermediaries will receive the sum for all cases that are introduced from 2 July to 30 September.

C&G is also extending the completion date for all cases of £200,000 or more, that were introduced between May and June. These will qualify for the £500 payment provided they are completed by 30 November 2001.

Nick Hale, sales director for C&G said: “This incentive has proved to be very popular with intermediaries, by increasing the time available, we are hoping to see even greater returns.”

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