Omo campaign is not a priority for Widows

Pow, Helen
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/14/2009, p64
The article reports on the confession of Scottish Widows PLC regarding the implementation of the Association of British Insurers' open market option in Great Britain. Scottish Widows spokesman stresses that the introduction of the initiative aims to cope with the changes of the market, however, it is not the priority of the company. It also notes that the transfer of the product into the option could take seven working days since the firm has to comply with different regulations.


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