Despite all of the changes made in the design and equipment of the Britannic
, the ship sank in a mere 55 minutes, while the Titanic remained afloat for 2 hours and 40 minutes after colliding with the iceberg.
It says: "A note shall be made on your record of your conduct on the occasion of the sinking of the Britannic
Although never having traded commercially, Britannic
still proudly carried her port of registry of Liverpool on her stern, as shown, like her two sister ships.
The other newcomers are Birmingham law firms Gateley Wareing and Mills & Reeve and the Phoenix Group, which occupies the state-of-the-art offices Britannic
Assurance moved to at Wythall just south of the city after leaving Britannic
was taken over by Resolution Life earlier this year.
has 900 staff while Resolution employs 198 people and has a further 1,300 administration staff in an outsourced contract
Later she decided to take a job as a nurse on board the Britannic
- and again escaped with her life when it struck a mine and sank in the Aegean Sea.
The Midlands-based group who own Britannic
Asset Management, in Glasgow last year launched a restructuring drive.
I lost no time in asking Birmingham-based Britannic
to dig deeper.
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Insurance group Britannic
today confirmed that it was in talks with Paragon about the sale of its Britannic
Money specialised mortgage lending subsidiary.
According to research by Britannic
Asset Management, retired couples saw their standard of living fall for the second year running during 2002, while singles are getting a boost.
There is still time to act before the Government's deadline of 8 October, and employers in the retail sector are being urged to make sure that arrangements are in place, by pensions provider, Britannic
INSURANCE com-pany Britannic
Assurance, which has branches in Coventry and Leamington, is to axe 2,000 jobs over the next year.
Fact: There was a sister ship, the ostensibly even more unsinkable Britannic
, that went down during World War I, the target of German saboteurs.