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Prudential and Abbey National sign deal to sell each other&#39s products

Prudential and Abbey National have signed a distribution deal which will see the bank selling the Prudence Bond for the next four years.

Following the announcement of new post depolarisation rules, Prudential will cease to manufacture protection products and instead offer products from Abbey&#39s Scottish Provident brand through its multi-distribution channels.

Both companies say the agreement is part of their strategies to build partnerships and both will seek futher distribution agreements.

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