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Woolwich in L&G gap-filling deal

Woolwich is to offer Legal & General protection products through its UK distribution channels from October 2001.

The L&G deal is part of a restructuring of Woolwich&#39s salesforce that will see sales of all long term savings, investments and pensions moving to Woolwich Independent Financial Advisory Service later this month.

Woolwich chief executive Lynne Peacock says: “L&G&#39s products will sit alongside The Woolwich&#39s market-leading open plan mortgages and this is excellent news for customers, shareholders and staff.”

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