Tucker, Jon
June 2002
Money Marketing;6/27/2002, p29
Highlights the commitment of life company Legal & General to British independent financial advisers. Significance of reducing charges for pension plans; Compound growth of Legal in Great Britain's individual business since 1995 to 2002.


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