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Wesleyan new life and pensions business up 34 per cent

Wesleyan grew its new life and pensions business by 34 per cent to £12.2m in 1998 from £9.1m boosted by strong sales of annual premium products.


The life offices increased its new annual premium pension business by 49 per cent to £4.02m from £2.69m. Its new annual premium life business rose 29 per cent to £7.23m from £5.62m.

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