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Zurich multi-tie signs up Scot Eq for pensions

Zurich Financial Services has signed a deal with Scottish Equitable for the supply of pension products through its new as yet unnamed multi-tie operation.
The deal will see the entire Scottish Equitable range of pensions distributed through the new multi-tie, which is expected to comprise around 2,200 of Zurichs tied advisers. It is understood the multi-tie operation will launch in the second quarter of 2005.

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