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Stakeholder spin off opportunities


We are now seeing significant interest from employers who are becoming aware of the requirements contained in the stakeholder regulations. The forthcoming Government stakeholder advertising campaign will also create further activity.


It is this interest which represents a major business opportunity for the IFA market from now through to October 2001. Consider some of the opportunities which can be developed as a result of good communication between you the IFA, and both existing and new clients.



 


 


To find out more about Clerical Medical pensions, savings and investments please visit our website at:

www.clericalmedical.co.uk

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