Why is Moelis & Co the sole adviser to the Hong Kong exchange on its £32 billion bid for the LSE? - Part 2

Friday, 13 September 2019, 6:38 pm

The London Stock Exchange finally swatted away Hong Kong's £32 billion takeover proposal. Below is the link:

https://www.investegate.co.uk/londonstockexgroup/rns/statement-re-possible-offer/201909131224043133M/

This got me thinking about the question I posited the other day about Moelis & Co being the sole advisor to the Hong Kong Exchange on its £32 billion takeover bid for the LSE...

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  • Exch2 years ago

    Pointless article that somehow required two parts. You do know that Moelis is one of the elite boutique investment banks today? You do know that Caroline Silver is one of the most accomplished bankers in the exchange space along with Jane Gladstone? You do know that she also advised ICE on their failed attempt to bid for LSE in 2016? https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-09-11/london-moelis-banker-takes-fresh-crack-at-the-deal-that-got-away

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