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Royal Skandia enhances its website


Royal Skandia has made a series of enhancements to its website for IFAs.


The enhancements allow IFAs to download and print product literature including brochures, sales aids and application forms for a number of its products.


The new move also allows IFAs to access promotional literature written in Spanish. It also has plans to provide Chinese product literature in the near future.


Royal Skandia&#39s website address is http://www.royalskandia.com.

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