AN offer to salvage Nvesta, the structured product provider owned by the debt-ridden Eurolife Assurance Group, has been accepted by administrators and represents good news for 12,000 existing fundholders.
Those close to the deal expect it to go through within weeks and a formal announcement to be made early next month. A number of firms and consortia have shown an interest in taking on the business...
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