William Hill blasted by its biggest shareholder over Canadian merger talk 



William Hill is under attack from its biggest shareholder over merger talks with Canadian online gambling company Amaya.
Parvus Asset Management, which holds a 14.3 per cent stake in Britain's biggest bookie is angry over alleged 'double standards'.
It made public a letter sent to the board after a meeting with chairman Gareth Davis and interim chief executive Philip Bowcock. 
Last weekend William Hill confirmed it was in talks with Amaya to create a transatlantic gambling behemoth worth around £4.7billion.
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13 October 2016 in Business, Views: 47
Source: Daily Mail
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