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ScotLife boosts RoyLon business

Royal London says group total life and pensions sales increased 30 per cent to 115m in the first six months of this year. Subsidiary Scottish Life saw its business grow 31 per cent to 97m in APE terms. Protection arm Bright Grey’s business rose by 18 per cent to 11m while Scottish Life International’s sales rose by 46 per cent to 7m and Royal London Asset Management saw net new business of 450m.

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