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Wesleyan wins MoneyFacts awards

Wesleyan Assurance Society has won two awards from MoneyFacts, the life and pensions data publication.

Wesleyan was named as top performer over 25 years in the latest quarterly survey of with-profits personal pensions. Wesleyan also won the award for top performance over 10 years for its with profits bond past performance.

Wesleyan managing director Jim Macdonald says: ” Our financial strength gives us more investment flexibility than most typical life offices – our mutual status means we have no shareholders to take a cut of our profits so we are able to return more to our customers.”

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