The middle ground

Smith, James
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/4/2009, p35
In this article the author discusses the success and development of Ecclesiastical Investment Management Ltd., a unique investment house based in Great Britain. He asserts that the parent company was established in 1887 which focuses on insuring church properties and other heritage properties. He also cites the challenges and issues faced by Ecclesiastical before it achieved its status and be known in the financial industry.


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