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Zurich expands pension range

Zurich has added 27 funds to its pension fund range, bringing the total to over 100. Funds from 10 new companies are now available, including Invesco Perpetual, Artemis and New Star.

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White paper — Nigeria International Insights

Jelf Employee Benefits closely examines healthcare provision and challenges within Nigeria. This will be of particular interest to HR decision makers with employees based in Nigeria, and assesses the environment, risks, facilities and safeguards that are relevant to organisations that are actively deploying expatriate staff in this location.

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