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Standard Life believed to have paid £30m on misselling

Standard Life is believed to have spent £30m in compensation to more than 5,000 priority victims hit by the pensions misselling scandal.


The Edinburgh-based life office faces further payouts to 15,000 people as part of the second phase of the pensions review. It admits these payouts are likely to drag out to past 2000.

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