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Stakeholder cap increase is “modest” says Scot Eq

Scottish Equitable head of business development Steven Cameron welcomes the principle of the price cap rise in theory. However, Scot Eq&#39s initial figures suggest “the increase is modest” and is unlikely to lead to a greater interest in these products amongst modest earners. Cameron went on to suggest that it would be unlikely to encourage providers&#39 interest in this area of the market.

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