LV= considering selling remaining pensions and insurance business

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LV= is exploring the sale of its remaining life and pensions operations, Sky News has reported.

According to Sky, LV= has engaged with financial advisers to examine whether the sale of its life and pensions units would be in the best interests of its 1.3 million customers. Sky reported the 177 year-old business is also considering some sort of joint of venture. Sources told Sky there is no guarantee of the sale, and LV='s board could decide to maintain its independence.  However, Fenchurch Advisory Partners is understood to be advising the firm on its options.  In a statement from LV= and given to Professional Adviser, a spokesperson said: "We do not comment on market rumo...

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