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Legal & General launch 5.5 per cent pensions account for trustees

Legal & General Bank has launched a Pensions Account for Trustees. The account pays 5.5 per cent gross / AER for balances of £500,000 and above.


The account is aimed at administrators and trustees of Small Self-Administered Schemes and Self Invested Personal Pensions who are looking for easy access on cash deposits within their pension funds.

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