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Bosses at KPMG have told staff they are committed to eradicating “discrimination and inequality of any kind”, making them the latest in a string of senior corporate figures to respond to George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis last week.
The survey of 155 countries found that 53% now have partially or completely disrupted services for hypertension treatment, with diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular treatments impacted in 49%, 42% and 31% respectively.
Britain’s financial watchdog has launched 30 enforcement investigations into firms that have been given bad advice to customers about transferring out of their defined benefit pension scheme.
The government is to provide a £10bn guarantee for trade credit insurance in an effort to stop the market seizing up in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
The UK government has blamed Sinn Féin for stalling the Troubles pension.