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Struggling department store chain Debenhams has agreed £200m refinancing lifeline with lenders. The deal offered “reassurance” for employees, pension holders, suppliers and lenders, it said.
As the Icelandic budget career closes, analysis reveals that almost 50% of insurance policies do not protect against airlines going bust.
Shareholders are preparing to rebel against pay policies at the Royal Bank of Scotland ahead of its annual general meeting, as chief executive Ross McEwan is set to pocket some £350,000 in pension contributions.
John Neal, who became Lloyd’s of London CEO last year, announced immediate measures to address issues of harassment in the 331-year-old insurance market.
Life insurers are failing to find value for money in actuarial consultants due to “intrinsic” weaknesses in the hiring process, a survey by Barnett Waddingham has uncovered.