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Scottish Widows new business up 44 per cent

Scottish Widows&#39 new business has leapt 44 per cent for the first nine months of the year it announced yesterday.


The life office which is being bought by the Lloyds TSB group says equivalent premium income was up to £379m for the year compared to £262m for the same period last year.


Life products jumped 37 per cent to £100.5m from £73.3m and pensions rose 28 per cent to £222m from £174m for equivalent premium income terms.

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