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L&G and IFA team up to offer pre-stakeholder to charity workers

Legal & General and IFA&#39s Kingsworld Walder have teamed up to launch an affinity based pre-stakeholder scheme aimed at charity workers.


The Voluntary Sector Stakeholder is guaranteed to meet the final Government requirements for stakeholder pensions when it is launched in 2001.


The scheme will be officially launched on October 19 at a special conference for workers in the voluntary sector. Among the charitable organisations attending the launch will be Barnardos and the National Blind Children&#39s Society.


L&G pensions development director Tony Filbin says: &#34We are delighted to have been chosen by Kingsworld Walder to run the VSS.


&#34We have worked in partnership with them for many years on pension arrangements for charities and we believe the VSS provides the charity and voluntary sector with a winning combination of flexible independent advice and flexible, value for money product.&#34

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