UK - Scottish Life achieved new business of £159.4m last year, a 26.4% rise from the £126.1m posted in 2001.
The firm, part of the Royal London Group, saw group pension sales rise by 49% to £55.3m in this period.
Overall, the Royal London Group saw new business rise from the £229.4m achieved in 2001 to £234.3m, a 2.1% increase.
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