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Norwich Union backs industry-wide Cat mark logo


Norwich Union has joined 11 other providers in their support of an industry-wide Cat standard logo for Isas.


It follows recent NU Investment Funds research from NOP which highlighted that almost 80 per cent of adults appear to not know what &#39Cat&#39 means.


NUIF director of sales and marketing Mark Skinner says: &#34As one of the leading providers of active Cat standard funds, Norwich Union is committed to helping everyone become aware of the benefits of the Government&#39s Cat standard benchmarking system.

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