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Norwich Union gets approval for ISA range

Norwich Union has been given the go-ahead from the PIA and Inland Revenue to sell both Cat-marked and non Cat-marked ISAs in April.


The life office says it is aiming to offer an insurance ISA and a stocks and shares ISA.


ISA project director Iain Wylie says: &#34We believe the depth of our range will prove attractive to all our customers. We intend to be a prominent player with an offering that will set us apart from our competitors.&#34

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