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No resolution

7 March 2007 By Mike Verdin

It was always hard to see how the insurance investor’s CEO would rub along with founder and chairman, Clive Cowdery. But why the split? Egos may have played a part. But it may also be that Cowdery, who has a large stake, was keener to sell the group than his chief executive.

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