One of Britain’s richest hedge fund managers is confident he can oust chairman of London Stock Exchange



One of Britain’s richest hedge fund managers is confident he can oust the chairman of the London Stock Exchange.
Sir Chris Hohn believes LSE chair Donald Brydon is trying to push French chief executive, Xavier Rolet, out of the company.
Hohn’s investment vehicle, The Children’s Investment Fund (TCI), is forcing the LSE to hold a shareholder meeting for a vote on three motions.
One aims to remove Brydon, a second calls for Rolet to be kept in his post and a third seeks to prevent the LSE from appointing a replacement for Rolet.
The Mail on Sunday understands TCI is now confident that... read more

 
26 November 2017 in Business, Views: 57
Source: Daily Mail
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