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CGU cuts term rates

CGU LIfe is cutting its term assurance rates with effect from August 2.


The rate cut to its level term and mortgage protection rates follows a review to ensure they are kept as low as possible.


CGU IFA marketing and strategy manager John Enos says: &#34These latest reductions in our level term and mortgage protection rates secure our position as a major protection provider and ensure that we remain competitive in key areas of the protection market.


&#34The changes demonstrate our commitment to give top value for money to IFAs and their customers.&#34

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