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IFAs see doubling of pensions business in next six months

IFAs are predicting that the volume of business taken in group and individual pensions, income drawdown and Peps will double over the next six months.


The findings come from the just published quarterly PIMS survey.


IFAs also believe that these products plus long term care have the most potential over the next five years.


They also believe that no area of business is likely to decrease in either volume or value in the next six months.

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