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Scot Eq&#39s parent company wins investment award

AEGON, the parent company of Scottish Equitable, has been voted the best investment company in terms of credibility, clearness, openness and promptness in an independent international survey.


The firm lept ahead of Ahold and ING to be awarded the 1998 Labouchere Investor Relations Award based on a survey conducted by Rematch.


Portfolio managers, financial analysts, consultants, journalists and private investors voted in the survey.

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