FSA probe casts its shadow over CPP

Adjust for a £14.8m provision associated with the FSA's investigation into life assistance company, CPP – which provides credit card identity protection and mobile phone insurance – and group pre-tax profit was roughly flat last year at £32.4m. But that ongoing probe remains a source of huge uncertainty for the group, leaving the shares looking vulnerable.

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