Posts tagged: London Stock Exchange

Sir Christopher Hohn sells down LSE stake after reportedly predicting £15 billion takeover bid for the exchange

Monday, 24 September 2018, 5:27 pm

Betaville notes that Sir Christopher Hohn's The Children's Investment Fund has just slotted the majority of its 5pc stake in the London Stock Exchange.

So, unless the abrasive hedge fund manager isn't interested in making money for his investors, Sir Chris can't really still believe the LSE is still a takeover target?..


LSE to reveal new CEO?

Monday, 26 February 2018, 10:58 am

This morning's business comment column by the excellent Katherine Griffiths, a former colleague from our days at The Daily Telegraph, caught Betaville's eye.

That's because top bankers suggested to Betaville last week that the London Stock Exchange - whose chairman has been having a bruising row with TCI's Sir Christopher Hohn, the exchange's biggest shareholder - may soon announce the appointment of a new chief executive, possibly as soon as this week...


Back on Tip TV talking about the LSE, Legg Mason and Independent Oil and Gas

Monday, 27 February 2017, 1:27 pm

Apologies if I look like I have just stepped out of the shower during this session. It litreally tipped it down as I was running from the the tube station to the studio, so I got soaked. Anyway, here is a link to today's session (in which half way through I refer to last year's "election" but meant "referendum"):