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Meanwhile, we learn today that RBS has been treating some small business customers “roughly” and can worry others by passing them around from department to department, Sir Andrew Large, the former deputy governor of the Bank of England said yesterday. He told MPs the bank was poorly structured to encourage small business lending, and could give the perception that it cared only about making money from those businesses.
However, he stopped short of the claims made by business department adviser Lawrence Tomlinson, who claimed the bank was forcing firms out of business to seize their assets.
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He was a Council member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales from 1988 to 1996.
Martin Pollins ran his own firm based in Sussex and was the first Accountancy firm in the UK to advertise on television and Martin went on to create and launch the CharterGroup Partnership (the UK's first Accountancy network) and then LawGroup UK (one of the largest networks of lawyers in the country).
Martin started work on the Bizezia concept in 1996, developing the broad range of information resources and products over the past 18 years.
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