Co-op halts new business lending

Thomas, Paul
May 2013
Money Marketing (Online Edition);5/30/2013, p23
The article reports on the decision of the Co-operative Bank PLC to continue lending to new mortgage borrowers in Great Britain. Recently it had declared that it would not lend to new business customers. This step was taken to recover from its financial shortage. However, now it has confirmed about lending to existing business customers.


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