Park Row £7m in red and may need more aid

Stodell, Hannah
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/23/2009, p44
The article reports that the financial firm Park Row has incurred a revenue loss worth 7.4 million British pounds. The firm was under investigation from the Financial Services Authority (FSA) and announced that more financial support from its parent company Royal Liver is needed to stabilize the firm. There was a 40% drop in its annual accounts to 12.9 million pounds from 20.6 million pounds in 2007.


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