His role will be filled by Enda Murphy, who currently heads the international business based in Dublin.
Accounting rules are worsening the liquidity crisis, says Home Funding chief executive Tony WardThe credit crunch has had everyone looking for a fall guy. In the UK, politicians and bankers have been particularly quick to point the finger abroad in an attempt to distance themselves from any imminent economic ill.
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Adviser network Openwork has signed a deal with software supplier Distribution Technology to build a front office point of sale platform.
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