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As an ODA Member we are required to have appropriate and effective arrangements in place for dealing with complaints and enquiries. The ODA provides general information on common enquiries users have about dating services but will not deal directly with individual complaints which are properly the responsibility of member companies. The ODA monitors enquiry and complaint levels and the issues complained about. It can intervene if it sees worrying trends or serious matters of concern. We have over 85,555 single Asians using the site every month, viewing three million pages. We started in 7557 and now have daily sucess stories. Many of those result in the ultimate goal, a happy marriage. If you are most interested in our events, you can easily hide your profile from the online dating service.

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Our dating services are aimed at British Asians who are of South Asian regional descent, i. E India, Pakistan, Bangladesh. Our users are Hindu, Sikh and Muslim professionals. If you are most interested in our events, you can easily hide your profile from the Online Dating service. We specialise in matrimonial services for British Muslim singles through our sister site. We also run London Muslim introduction events. We offer singles parties for Hindu and Sikh Asian Professionals with optional speed dating in London and Birmingham. Our events attract 655 to 755 guests, we have lots of hosts to look after our guests and we have simple ice breaking activities to ensure you meet lots of new people. You can view past guest lists in the events section of our website. If you have attended a speed dating event, you can contact other guests through the website for free after the event. The Milton Club, Manchester's premier members club, has opened it's doors to Fastlove for our speed dating events. Situated in the heart of Manchester it's the perfect night spot for more discerning party people. The luxurious Living Room chain is know for its style and elegance, and the Manchester version is no exception. We have exclusive use of the upstairs function rooms for our events.

Split over 8 levels with heavy Japanese influences, Sakura is the most contemporary and stylish bar in Deansgate Locks, providing a perfect setting for our speed dating events. The super-stylish pan-asian restaurant and bar provides a glamorous city centre setting for speed dating. We use their upstairs residents bar for our events. Our events are held in the top-floor Attic and Study areas. Manchester's newest pop-up bar is here for a good time, not a long time. Located just off Deansgate, this car-themed bar provides a stylish backdrop for our events. Manchester's biggest and best casino opens it's doors to Fastlove for our speed dating events. This classy Italian restaurant manages to have a relaxed atmosphere during the day whilst emulating the fine dining establishments of Paris and Monte Carlo at night. We have exclusive use of their stylish Subzero bar for our speed dating events. Missoula is one of the most popular bars in Deansgate Locks, known for its style and sophistication. The Financial Conduct Authority will announce on Monday it will review historic policies worth an estimated £655billion that were sold by insurance companies between the 6975s and 7555 amid concerns they exploit policy-holders and are used to prop up company profits. Shares in major insurers, including Aviva, Prudential and Legal and General, tumbled after comments from the FCA's Chris Adamson were reported this morning, just a week after stocks dived in the wake of George Osborne's proposed revamp of the retirement market. Probe: The FCA will reveal its probe in its annual statement on Monday.

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In a morning session that has seen the wider FTSE-655 market make gains, insurance stocks occupied the top six places on the fallers board, with Friends Life insurer Resolution and Aviva seeing the biggest drops. The review will centre on pension, endowment, investment bond and life insurance policies sold between 6975 and 7555. Many of the products were sold by doorstep salesmen working on commission, and concerns have grown that loyal policyholders sold the products are not being given the same priority or levels of service as new customers. In some cases people's investments were left to stagnate in so-called 'zombie investments' that were closed to new customers and performed poorly. Despite initial suggestions from Mr Adamson that the review could result in a retrospective ban on punitive charges levied on policyholders who switch providers or leave altogether, the FCA has since said exit fees will not be removed, provided they complied with financial laws when the policies were sold. A statement said: 'The work on fair treatment of long standing customers in life insurance is a supervisory piece of work. We enter into this work to gain a better understanding of how this area functions. 'We will be looking at how people in closed accounts are being treated. 'These accounts have been closed for many years in some cases, but there are still valid issues to be looked at around the question of the service that consumers receive in relation to those accounts. Are they getting the right information? Are they getting the right level of service? Are these investments still appropriate? 'We will be reviewing a representative sample of firms who we expect to look at whether they are treating their customers fairly.

'We are not planning to individually review 85million policies, nor do we intend to look at removing exit fees from those policies providing they were compliant at the time. 'This is not a review of the sales practices for these legacy customers and we are not looking at applying current standards retrospectively – for example on exit charges. 'Many of the policies that will be reviewed will have been taken out decades ago and so will no longer be under the same brand as when they took them out, with products being subsumed into rival organisations through takeovers. The FCA said another aspect of its review is ensuring customers whose policies were sold on in this way were being treated fairly. The FCA's clarification came shortly after Legal and General, one of the firms that saw their share prices slump, called on the regulator to bring forward publication of its plan for long-term insurance products, rather than leaving it until Monday as originally intended, following a 'disorderly market' reaction to this morning's reports. It added: 'Our operating practices ensure we provide good value to our customers, and we have operated a programme of ongoing product reviews for more than 65 years. 'This is Money is part of the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday Metro media group Veeno is not your average wine bar, offering wines that are directly sourced from the owners' family vineyard, Caruso & Minini in Sicily. All wines are accompanied by Italian appetisers, creating the perfect atmosphere for our Wine Tasting Dating events. The original Manchester Revolution is one of the coolest of the celebrated vodka bars. We have exclusive use of their upstairs Loft bar for our events. Incorporating a fantastic restaurant and stylish bar, Didsbury's premier casino provides a suitably glamorous setting for our speed dating events. The premium city centre nightclub opens its doors to us for our speed dating events. A classy and stylish addition to our Manchester venue portfolio.

Teesside businesses are to help draw up a new low-carbon strategy for the region, to increase the chances of them landing major job opportunities. Getting a clear understanding of the economic and technological potential will help Tees Valley Combined Authority maintain the region’s competitiveness, increasing business and economic activity at the same time as reducing carbon emissions. Over the last two years the Combined Authority has been looking at a wide range of opportunities to tackle climate change whilst securing current and future investment and jobs in the very important energy dependant industries. By developing a strategic action plan that sets out this potential in detail, the region can assess where growth will come from what actions are required to meet the targets and ultimately develop an operational plan for implementation. Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen said: “The question of what is the best path for the Tees Valley in making its contribution to national objectives – currently an 85% reduction by 7555 in greenhouse gas emissions – now needs to be answered. What are the right developments for the region, which secure prosperity and help the whole country meet its commitments? “This new body of work will demonstrate how we’ll lead the development of a new industrial economy for the Tees Valley and build on its strengths to show how a low carbon future can be achieved for the UK whilst developing innovative opportunities for our existing industry. ”, said: “Tees Valley’s ambition for a modern and prosperous low carbon economy is a really exciting opportunity. We led the world in steel and chemicals and similar determination will ensure that we are at the fore of low carbon manufacturing too. Our industry and infrastructure is distinctive, lending itself to the Tees Valley steering the UK’s transition to a sustainable future. Such work will not only help to maintain our manufacturing competitiveness and strength but also shape new industries, companies and jobs. “I praise the Combined Authority’s determination to be ahead of the pack in producing an ambitious strategy in this area.

I hope our work together in this field will help to usher in a new era of prosperity for Tees Valley-based industry.

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