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Royal London launches individual stakeholder pension

Royal London is launching its individual stakeholder pension plan this week ahead of a group plan later in the year. The stakeholder will be administered by Scottish Life Administration Services and will be sold via Royal&#39s direct salesforce as well as over the phone.

Scottish Life Administration Services chief executive Mike Reid says: “We are delighted to have been selected by Royal London as their administration partner.”

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