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Stakeholder-friendly GPPs from Axa

Axa Sun Life is launching two stakeholder friendly group pension products plus seven lifestyle retirement funds to run alongside the products.

Axa says its new Saver group plan has a maximum charge of 1 per cent and is suitable for both direct offer and advice based sales.

While the Axa Investor product offers a wider investment choice through links with external fund managers and has a maximum annual management charge of 1.5 per cent.

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