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Scot Prov International sees new business rise 11 per cent

Isle of Man-based Scottish Provident International had a record year in 1998 with a rise in new business of 11 per cent. Funds under management grew to £882m up over £156m.


Scot Prov International managing director Stuart Fairclough says: &#34Our figures for 1998 show another successful year for us. During 1998 we introduced two new products, Select and Stratum which positions us strongly in the strategically important personalised bond and protection markets.&#34

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