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Capita has splurged £29m on AIB International Financial Services, (AIBFS) as it continues to broaden its commercial base outside of the UK. The deal – subject to regulatory approval in Ireland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands – will give the company entry into Switzerland and Hungary as well as adding a chunk of revenues to its …

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Anonymous Coward

Isn't hanging around

Sorry how long have they been in business, and they are only just stepping outside the UK.

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Stop

Not hanging around

Unlike your customers on hold to speak to the useless twunts at the countless insurance and other data-mining companies you own.

Get your own house in order before you invade others!

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FAIL

Capita

"Capita must rise to the challenge of managing its business across multiple geographies. " - yeah maybe you could, I dunno, make a start in the UK first?

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