Credit where it's due

Hemsley, Steve
January 1999
Cabinet Maker;01/08/99, Issue 5120, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on a retail finance trend in Great Britain wherein the emphasis is more on packages that offer better value for money instead of long-term credit deals. NatWest Group's sale of its Lombard Tricity Finance (LTF) subsidiary to Abbey National's First National credit operation; Impact of the sale on retailers who dealt with LTF; HFC Bank's aim to develop better partnerships with retailers.


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