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R&SA UK Life adds 11 external fund links

Royal & SunAlliance UK Life is teaming up with four fund managers to add eleven external fund links to its lifestyle investment bond.

The eleven new funds, available from 15 October, will be offered by Aberdeen, Framlington, Gartmore and Newton taking the total number of fund options available on the Lifestyle Investment Bond to 31.

External funds relationship manager David Harrison says: "IFAs and their clients are demanding greater choice and flexibility. Adding external fund links is a natural step in the development of our lifestyle investment bond enhancing the range of specialist fund options and investment styles available.

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