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Equitable still trying to find a buyer

Equitable Life is looking to revive the chances of finding a buyer for a number of its components and plans to cut down the size of its board reports The Times.

Managing director Chris Headdon has said the company is considering trying to sell off its salesforce, headquarters and asset management operation to a third party.

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