Norwich & Peterborough (N&P) has pledged to "pursue the value" in Lifemark bonds when it swaps compensation for investors' rights and becomes one of the largest individual investors in the fund.
The building society has set aside £57m to pay compensation to all 3,200 customers to whom it sold Lifemark-backed Keydata products, in return for ownership of their rights in the investment. N&P will...
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