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Towry Law reaches £1m mark

Towry Law Financial Services has passed the £1m mark in the electrical trading of investment bonds since its system went live in March.

Towry Law is trading electronically with Norwich Union, Legal & General, Clerical Medical, Prudential, Axa Sun Life and Scottish Mutual.

Towry Law product services director Charles Levett-Scrivener says: “Hard work from our e-commerce team and our trading partners at MG Admiral and The Exchange FS has allowed Towry Law to maintain its leading position for technology. Towry law is the catalyst for the introduction of e-commerce throughout the IFA sector.”

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