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NatWest reveals ISA plans

NatWest Group has announced details of its ISA range.


The bank says it will be offering a range of cash and equity ISAs through Nat West branches and IFAs from April but it has no plans to offer an insurance ISA.


Executive director Paul Myners says: &#34We have the strength, expertise and diversity to serve the very individual needs of our many customers through a broad range of ISA options. We will be contacting our consumers to ensure that they know the options available to them.&#34

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