Total life and pensions new business across Royal London increased 26% to £2.3bn in the nine months to the end of September.
The group's wrap platform Ascentric maintained its strong growth with total assets under administration up 122% over the past year to almost £2.1bn.
Royal London Asset Management continues to attract new monies across all asset classes, with net new business in the first nine months up 65% to £649m.
Pensions business Scottish Life saw new business advance 44% to £1.6bn, with individual pension new business 62% higher than in the equivalent period last year.
The company says its protection businesses Bright Grey and Scottish Provident continue to be affected by a slow mortgage market. New business across both propositions fell 19% to £251m (2009 £310m).
Meanwhile, Royal London 360 new business climbed 24% to £233m, from 2009's £188m.
"I am very pleased that the group continues to increase new business despite difficult market conditions," Royal London group CEO Mike Yardley says.
"Our pensions and international businesses are both achieving record levels of business, while excellent performance from RLAM, our asset management company, is attracting new funds across all asset classes.
"Ascentric continues to deliver strong new business growth in the wrap market.
"There is no doubt that markets will remain difficult for the foreseeable future, however, I am confident that our focus on providing quality products and services puts us in a strong position to continue to perform well."
Meanwhile, the group remains in talks regarding the potential acquisition of the Royal Liver business. It says Heads of Terms have been signed and due diligence is progressing.
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