RBS 'adviser' sold dying man £500k annuity he never received

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An 80 year old man suffering from cancer lost £500,000 after a Royal Bank of Scotland adviser sold him a pension from Aviva, which saw the insurer keep almost all of the money as he died before it began paying an income.

Norman Hensher was taking large doses of painkillers when he met an adviser working for RBS subsidiary Isle of Man Bank and agreed to put most of his life savings into a pension, according to the Daily...

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