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Jones, Lee
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/18/2009, p32
The article focuses on the impact regarding the plan of Lloyds Banking Group PLC to retain majority of its intermediary lending brands in Great Britain. According to the article, financial advisors were relieved after hearing the decision of the company. It notes that the Bank of Scotland and Intelligence Finance will terminate lending through intermediaries but will retain Halifax Intermediaries, BM Solutions and Cheltenham & Gloucester for Intermediaries.


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