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NPI launches two new commission options for lump sum investors

NPI is preparing itself for the predicted scramble for Peps by introducing two new commission options for lump sum investors.


The first option offers enhanced initial commission of 5 per cent with renewal commission of 0.5 per cent, and the second offers initial commission of 3 per cent and enhanced renewal commission of 0.7 per cent.


NPI director of product development Jeremy Soutter says: &#34We are going to see massive Pep sales right up to April and our commission products are among the most competitive that IFAs can choose.&#34

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