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Pioneer boosts new business

Income protection specialists Pioneer Friendly Society increased its new business by 19 per cent last year to £5,771,746 from £4,829, 281.

Pioneer&#39s products, which are designed for customers looking for nil and short deferred periods, are only available through IFAs and is aimed at women and manual workers.

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