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NU International hits record new business levels in Q3

Norwich Union International hit new business levels of £243m by Q3 of 2005.

The figures show an increase of 41 per cent on the same period last year for the Dublin based firm.

NU International marketing director Paul Sherlin says: “Our third quarter reached record sales of over £96m and we can attribute much of this to the strength of our with-profit, property and multi-manager funds.

We are determined to continue this trend and have recently launched special offers on our unit linked products and are reintroducing a special offer of a free of charge 5-year money-back guarantee on new investments into our with-profit funds”.

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