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NPI launches three pronged discount offer

NPI is celebrating its buy-out by AMP Group by launching a three-pronged discount offer on its pension products for clients and IFAs.


It is adding 3 per cent to the allocation rate on 9 of its single premium pension contracts.


It is simplifying underwriting requirements and for regular premiums with waiver benefit, waiver of premium contributions will be reinvested free for a period of five years.

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