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L&G and Nationwide renew protection partnership

Legal & General and Nationwide Building Society have renewed their distribution agreement for the supply of protection products.

Nationwide’s team of advisers will continue to sell Legal & General’s range of life cover products including critical iIllness cover.

Chris Last, managing director of Legal & General bank and building society distribution, says: “Nationwide is a key strategic partner for us and I am very proud of what we have achieved together. I am delighted that we will continue to be its chosen partner provider for both savings and protection.”

 

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