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Scot Prov International revamps website

Scottish Provident International is launching a new website service for IFAs.


Once registered IFAs will be able to access pre-prepared application forms on screen, develop marketing campaigns through a marketing section and access in-depth technical articles on key issues.


The new service aims to complement its existing site launched in 1998.


SPI director of marketing and corporate development Bryan Low says: “We will continue to develop the site and respond to broker feedback. We are already planning the next phase in our website strategy.”

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