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Sedgwick Noble Lowndes name to disappear in new year

The Sedgwick Noble Lowndes name is set to disappear from January 1 as the firm is merged into William M Mercer. The move follows the takeover of Sedgwick Group by Marsh & McLennan, Mercer&#39s parent company, in August. Mercer&#39s UK chairman and chief executive David Barford will assume responsibility for UK operations. Sedgwick Noble Lowndes UK chairman Robert Walker has been forced into early retirement.

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Clinicare rejects EC recommendations on alternative medicine

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