Co-operative Financial Services unveils new organisational structure

Co-operative Financial Services (CFS) has unveiled a new organisational structure to streamline its operation. In the future, CFS, which was formed in 2002 to bring The Co-operative Bank and Insurance Society together, will be structured around types of activity instead of the current split between CFS, the bank, general insurance and the life & savings business. The new functions will include distribution and services, business management and human resources.

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