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Scot Prov re-lanunches website

Scottish Provident has re-launched its website with a number of new features for IFAs.


New features of the dedicated IFA section, included a quotations facility, access to the company&#39s pipeline system to check a case&#39s status and downloadable corporate literature.


Access to the IFAWebCentre is available through on-line registration on the main website, www.scotprov.co.uk.

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