EMAG

(redirected from Equitable Members Action Group)
AcronymDefinition
EMAGElectromagnetics
EMAGEthnic Minority Achievement Grant (UK)
EMAGElectronic Magazine
EMAGEquitable Members Action Group (UK)
EMAGEnvironmental Management Advisory Group (various locations)
EMAGExpatriate Medical Assistance Group
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Paul Weir, spokesman for the Equitable Members Action Group (Emag), said that the body is fielding hundreds of inquiries from elderly people who are worried that they have still not been contacted about their compensation.
But Liz Kwantes, of the Equitable Members Action Group, said "Some people may think this is derisory compared with what we should be getting.
The judgment was a victory for the Equitable Members Action Group (Emag), which represents some 21,000 people who lost savings after the near-collapse in 2000 of one of the UK's largest private pension providers.
The Equitable Members Action Group (Emag) is seeking a judicial review at the London hearing, which is expected to last three days.
Equitable Members Action Group (EMAG) said it was launching a High Court challenge against the Treasury after it declined to follow the recommendations for compensation made by the Parliamentary Ombudsman.
Paul Braithwaite, of the Equitable Members Action Group (EMAG), welcomed the apology but said members should feel "grossly aggrieved" that their
At a special public hearing at the European Parliament on September 13, 2005, members of the Equitable Members Action Group (EMAG), established in August 2000 to defend Equitable Life insurance policyholders, urged MEPs to convince the European Commission to launch infringement proceedings against the UK government.
Liz Kwantes, head of the Equitable Members action group said: "That pounds 30m could have been used for something else.
The Equitable Members Action Group (EMAG) is calling on the society to give it pounds 2m to fund a ``multi-pronged campaign'' for redress from the Government.
The Equitable Members Action Group (Emag) is seeking a judicial review in a hearing in London expected to last three days.
Paul Braithwaite, of the Equitable Members Action Group (EMAG), said: "We have learnt through bitter experience to mistrust the Treasury who have spent years delaying and denying us (compensation).