Hopefully as it goes forward as a business case

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Dear Post Office Limited,Neill O’Sullivan, managing director for mails and parcels, said: “[Profit] is not life changing amounts in the first tranche, hopefully it will [be] as it goes forwards. Let’s be realistic, in the first instance it’s going to be small profit as you’d expect from a start-up business.”What growth figures did Mr O'Sullivan base his assessment on,how much is a life changing amount and do you have any plans to offer profit sharing to SPMs on profitable parts of the business,Cash Deposits for instance?

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Dear [email address],Thank you for a reply.You say" wehave committed to grow the share of total Post Office income going to branches
over the long term "Can you say what that figure currently is and what you hope it to become?Thank you

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Dear [email address],Thank you for a reply.This will not be profit sharing will it?What input if any will SPM have in indentifying what products will be so treated?Why not a straight % on turnover or alter the ratio of transaction fee to being a branch fee,Core Tier Payment in old money?How do you expect SPM to write business plans,raise funding with such bland meaningless replies?

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