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Scot Prov new business hits 36.9 per cent in year to date

Scottish Provident&#39s new business for the first nine months of the year rose 36.9 per cent to £114.1m from £83.3m.


New life annual premiums increased 36.1 per cent to £74.6m from £55.2m and single premiums rose more than 40 per cent to £385m from £269.3m.


The life office has also appointed its UK chief executive Barry Rose as a director of the group.

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