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James Hay boosts salesforce

James Hay is increasing its broker consultant sales force to meet increasing demands from IFAs for specialist pension schemes.

The specialist small self-administered scheme provider says the market for Ssas and funded unapproved retirement benefit schemes is growing and it needs to provide more support and advice to IFAs. It believes Furbs and Ssas are still untapped markets for IFAs.

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