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Up to 99 jobs may go at Inter-Alliance

Inter-Alliance is conducting a formal review which could see up to 99 back office and compliance staff made redundant from its Wimbledon headquarters and West Byfleet offices according to sources close to the company.

The review follows the management shake-up two weeks ago which saw founding chief executive Stuart McGreevy leave the company and the appointment of Keith Carby as chief executive.

Carby concedes there is an ongoing review but says if any jobs do go, it will be nowhere near the number predicted.

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