Old Mutual name change

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Clients who hold Old Mutual solutions will notice a change of name today as Old Mutual becomes “Quilter”

This name change has been three years in the making, starting when Old Mutual Wealth’s parent company changed name to Quilter plc when it demerged from Old Mutual Wealth plc in June 2018. Over the last few years various businesses with the Old Mutual group have been realigning their names as part of Quilter plc. Old Mutual Wealth is the final Quilter business to change its name. We understand that other than a new name, a new (but similar logo), that there are no other changes.

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