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L&G Partnership celebrates

Legal & General Partnership Services is celebrating its second anniversary.

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Kent Reliance slams Concordia as a cartel

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The current account offset model is worth revisiting. It has a strong customer retention record and encourages the long-term relationships needed to combat customer churn, says Frank Eve

Leeds raises £10,300 for Children in Need

Leeds raised £10,300 last Friday for the 2006 BBC Children in Need appeal.Karen Wint, head of marketing and PR at the society, says: “Last year we raised £5,158, which we thought would take some beating, so to have doubled that amount this year really is magnificent. “It is especially impressive when you consider that we […]

Don’t play chicken with the Bank of Japan

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