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igroup makes gross new advances of £400m in March

igroup has revealed it made gross new advances of more than £400m in March.

In the same period, new business instructions reached a new high of close to half a billion pounds.

Jonathan Sadler, sales director at igroup, says: “This is a great result for the entire team, and a tangible endorsement of igroup&#39s focus since the start of the year on delivering to itsintroducers enhanced service, better products and market-leading technology.

“The company is now ahead of our own significant first quarter targets, and well on track to make 2004 our best year yet.”

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