Aegon's UK business has reported a £5m fall in earnings before tax for the final quarter of last year, which it said is the result of a £7m spend on technology including on a non-advised platform.
Earnings before tax for the group's UK business during the quarter were £18m, down from £23m in the previous quarter. As a result of the dip, Aegon UK's pre-tax profits for the full year were down...
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