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Equitable Life settles with former chief executive

Equitable Life has settled with one more of its former directors, Roy Ranson.

The settlement with the former chief executive is on the basis that the society discontinues its claim with each side paying its own costs.

The case against nine former directors continues, therefore Equitable Life is unable to make further comment.

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