ScotEq slashes pension commission

Phillipps, James
January 2005
Money Marketing;1/20/2005, p68
Reports that Scottish Equitable is the latest provider to slash commission on the group personal pension and group stakeholder business. Changes effective January 31, 2005; Standard commissions on regular premium contracts; Schemes with more than 30 members to be priced on a bespoke basis; Schemes with 50 members or less to continue to be offered standard terms.


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