LONDON (Reuters) – Saga, the British tourism and insurance firm for the over-50s, said on Tuesday it ways teaming up with Goldman Sachs on savings products, as part of a drive to revive its bottom line after a profit warning in April.
Saga said it was one of several initiatives aimed at returning the company to its “heritage of delivering high quality products and services to its customers”.
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