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Cattles requests share trading suspension

Cattles last week requested that trading in its shares be suspended because it will be unable to publish results until it renegotiates its £635m credit line.

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Damp squib

There you have it, no more hiding from the obvious. Chancellor Alistair Darling has revealed the true extent of the country’s debt and, to put it bluntly, we’re in it up to our necks.

OFT bans Croydon estate agent

The Office of Fair Trading has issued a prohibition order banning a Croydon estate agent from estate agency work after she failed to disclose a personal interest in the sale of a property.

Network Data in crisis talks with regulator

Network Data says it is in crisis talks with the Financial Services Authority and other financial services firms to get its appointed representatives writing business again.

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Trust me, I’m a provider

By Craig Paterson, Underwriting and Claims Philosophy Manager, Royal London Hard-hitting headlines “Dying mother of two is refused life insurance payout.”1 “What a way to treat a dying man: Grandfather refused life insurance claim.”2 “A widow betrayed by a life insurance company.”3 With headlines like these, it’s no wonder some consumers don’t trust providers. Trust […]

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