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Clerical Medical offshore and international business

Clerical Medical has announced that its business derived from offshore and international sources now exceeds £5bn in assets under management.

The increase has been rapid with the £5bn mark being reached only 10 months after £4bn was achieved. Clerical Medical and its subsidiaries&#39 total assets under management now stand at over £29bn.

Clerical Medical international sales and marketing director Chris Mathew says: “Exceeding £5bn is an excellent achievement and a credit to the efforts of all the Clerical Medical staff who work closely with international master distributors and UK IFAs.”

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