Government gives assurances on Quinn in UK

The government is giving assurances to British regulators that any funding needs which emerge at Quinn Insurance’s business there will be met.

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Ian Kehoe

24th April, 2010

The government is giving assurances to British regulators that any funding needs which emerge at Quinn Insurance’s business there will be met.

The government has assured the Financial Services Authority (FSA) in London through a letter of comfort that there will not be a funding shortfall, and that customers in Britain and the North will be protected, with the government giving full support to the administrators in keeping the business going. It has...

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