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Friends Provident takes stake in Home of Choice

Friends Provident has made a substantial investment in network Home of Choice.

Money Marketing understands the investment will see the life office take a minority stake in the firm, which was created last year.

Friends last month announced the closure of its own mortgage network Friends Orion.

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