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Scot Am sees new business up 24 per cent on 1997

Scottish Amicable&#39s 1998 new business figures are up 24 per cent on the previous year.


Total new business was £163.5m up from £132.2m.


Pension sales are up 16 per cent to £65.1m and savings and protection products up 29 per cent to £10.7m.


Scottish Amicable sales & marketing director John Cowan says: &#34These excellent new business figures reinforce Scottish Amicable&#39s position of strength and our commitment to developing innovative product solutions for the IFA marketplace.&#34

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