End of the line for LSE chief Xavier Rolet after Mark Carney steps in to sign his 'death warrant'

A battle to keep the London Stock Exchange boss in his job looks doomed after an intervention by Mark Carney was branded the chief executive's 'death warrant'.
The Bank of England governor said he could not see Xavier Rolet staying on, dealing a blow to a campaign waged by billionaire investor Sir Chris Hohn to prevent the Frenchman's departure.
Hohn, who owns 5 per cent of the LSE, believes chairman Donald Brydon has pressured 58-year-old Rolet to announce that he is leaving after nine years in the post.
The hedge-fund manager has demanded a shareholder vote that could see Rolet reinstated... read more

28 November 2017 in Business, Views: 52
Source: Daily Mail

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