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ScotEq revamp

Scottish Equitable is set for a re-vamp courtesy of its Dutch parent Aegon.


Aegon UK, the parent group&#39s British arm, is planning to expand Equitable&#39s product range and re-structure the company.


The group and individual protection businesses of Guardian Employee Benefits and Guardian Financial Services will come under the Scottish Equitable mantle within the next few months.


Aegon UK chief executive David Henderson says: “The group and individual protection businesses will both operate within the Scottish Equitable structure, each with its own management team covering sales, marketing, customer service and finance.”

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