Capita is to take on the administration of Prudential's mature life and pensions back-book in a deal worth £722m.
The back-book makes up the “vast majority” of Prudential’s in-force policies – with around seven million policyholders – and includes group and individual pensions, investment bonds and life and endowment...
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