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Companies in DC link

Invesco is teaming up with Scottish Life to launch a new range of

defined-contribution pension plans.

The fund manager is gearing up to enter the market later this year with a

range of DC products including personal and stakeholder plans.

ScotLife will provide the pension plans with full third-party admin and

support.

Invesco managing director of UK defined-contribution business David

Butcher says: “Service will increasingly become a differentiator in the DC

sector and we believe we will be well positioned.”

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