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Aegon profits leap by 36%

Scottish Equitable&#39s Dutch parent company Aegon has increased profits by 36 per cent to £473m in the first nine months of the year compared with £347m in the same period last year.

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BoS offers James Bond fans a licence to spend

Bank of Scotland plans to give James Bond fans a licence to spend when it launches a new 007 credit card in the New Year. The MasterCard will be marketed by TransNational and backed by the Bank of Scotland. It will sport a Bond logo that should be the envy of all would-be secret agents. […]

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