L&G rethinking its stance on with-profits sales

Speedy, Sonia
January 2004
Money Marketing;1/29/2004, p3
Reports that Great Britain-based financial adviser Legal and General plans to review its policy on selling with-profit pension plans. Options being considered by the company as the British Financial Services Authority plans to reform the with-profits market; Reduction in flexibility needed by the company to manage its with-profit products.


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