Business as usual at troubled Nvesta

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The British press loves a financial scandal. And so when a company defaulted on its bond a few papers, notably the Mail on Sunday and the Guardian, took it on themselves to inform readers of Nvesta's apparent misdeeds. Sadly, most stories got some of the details wrong.

With the precipice bond scandal now regarded as old news, the hacks jumped on the bandwagon after problems were revealed relating to a £15 million bond sold by Eurolife Capital Funding – a subsidiary of Eurolife Assurance Group

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