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ScotProv team for major cover cases

Scottish Provident has set up a team at its Edinburgh intermediary support centre to manage large protection cases with sums assured of £500,000 and over.

The company says this will mean that cases are processed as smoothly and efficiently as possible and intermediaries are kept up to date with their progress.

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