City grandee seeks a peace deal at the London School of Economics



A business group has slammed the London Stock Exchange for failing investors, ahead of a vote on whether its chairman should be sacked.
The Institute of Directors claims a massive row over the business’s future could have been avoided if its board was more transparent.
A battle has erupted over the departure of LSE chief executive Xavier Rolet, 58, with major investor Sir Chris Hohn claiming the Frenchman has been forced out. 
Hohn blames chairman Donald Brydon, 72, for pushing Rolet to leave. The hedge-fund tycoon has demanded a shareholder vote which could see Brydon sacked instead, and... read more

 
28 November 2017 in Business, Views: 64
Source: Daily Mail
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