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Scottish Legal Life in Friends Prov marketing deal

Friendly society Scottish Legal Life has signed a deal with Friends Provident to market the life office&#39s stakeholder pension.

It plans to offer Friends Prov&#39s &#39New Generation&#39 stakeholder pension scheme to existing members and use the strength of Friends&#39 name to attract new business.

It says it will target businesses with five to 50 employees.

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