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Vesta recieves minded to approve letter

Vesta Money and its sister company, the recently-launched Vesta Packaging Ltd, are based at Poole in Dorset. Vesta is a member of the packager&#39s alliance RAMP.

 

Mark Leaper, managing director of Vesta Money, says: “This is recognition of the time and effort we have put into ensuring that our compliance is spot on. Our customers now know that we have in place all the compliance infrastructure that we need.”

 

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