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NPI receives 6,300 ISA applications

NPI has received more than 6,300 ISA applications after mailing their 20,000 regular savings Pep holders on Friday January 15.


Director of investment product development Jeremy Soutter says: &#34We are delighted with the number of conversions we have had in such a short period of time and are confident that a very high proportion of our regular Pep investors will flow straight into an ISA with a minimum of fuss.&#34


Soutter says NPI has run a series of workshops for IFAs which has made them more confident when talking to their clients about ISAs.

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