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Scot Prov teams up with True Potential

Scottish Provident is teaming up with True Potential to give users access to its protection range.

The move means True Potential members can use Scot Prov’s quote and apply functionality for income protection, business protection and the Pegasus whole of life plan.

Scottish Provident ebusiness development manager David Law says: “We are convinced that a successful and profitable future for the industry depends on expanding the role of technology and cutting out unnecessary costs.

“Our partnership with True Potential reinforces this and gives adviser firms the opportunity to do business online.”

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