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OneSavings Bank directors sell down

You just can't keep a good challenger bank down. Shares in OneSavings Bank (OSB), which specialises in buy-to-let and small business lending, are now flat for the 2016 calendar year. That's despite the ramp-up in stamp duty for second homes, introduced in April, and the Brexit vote, which made investors nervy about the outlook for UK property.

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By Ian Smith,
15 December 2016

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