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British banks are stepping back from investments in cluster bomb manufacturers, after The Independent and campaigners exposed the hundreds of millions of pounds high-street banks have invested in the controversial industry. Two British banks and a
There are pictures of the board members and senior executives (all white men, except for one woman), fulsome references to the community projects the bank supports and testimony from satisfied employees and customers. And the report has a justifiably
Co-operative financial Services' (CFS) chief executive has quit in the middle of the group's attempt to pull off the transformational acquisition of a branch network from Lloyds Banking Group. Neville Richardson has stepped down immediately as the
Co-operative Financial Services said today that it will cut 670 jobs as it shuts down its door-to-door sales team. The field-based financial advice team is made up of 497 sales staff with the remainder in office-based managerial and support roles.
Graham Turner for the Guardian The Co-operative Group is considering the sale of its life assurance business, which has nearly three million customers in the UK, with policies worth around £18bn. The diverse group, whose interests range from
The company was named FT Sustainable Bank of the Year by a panel of top financiers and was presented with the International Finance Corporation-backed accolade at a ceremony in London last night (June 3rd). Neville Richardson, chief executive of CFS,
Michael Fairclough, head of community and campaigns at the group, made his comments ahead of the premiere of The Perfect Burger, a film created with the help of 300 youngsters from 14 to 25 years old. He explained that it had been the perfect
Function leader of mortgages at the company James Hillon explained that people can take advantage of these "mix and match" style deals and pay only one application fee. He noted that this means individuals can gain flexibility without paying extra.
Richardson said the negativity towards its rivals arose from their near-collapse and the taxpayer bailout of swathes of the publicly quoted sector. He added that the Co-op's work on renewables would attract a new, "green-conscious" generation of
Chief operating officer of the company Tim Franklin made his remarks on the day that the firm was announced as one of the sponsors of the event, along with Ecclesiastical Investment Management. He explained that consumers can be offered new options