ES: Welcome to post-Brexit Britain where UK firms still come last
Evening Standard reports: At last, Brexit appears to be ironed out, and we can move on. ...
London-based investor Gatemore Capital is calling on Wincanton to sell one of its two core haulage and logistics divisions and refocus the business.
But do partial divestments make any sense at this point in time, or is this just market noise?
The activist investor played a pivotal role in overhauling the board of DX Group – in which it holds a 24% share – and ousting former chief executive Petar Cvetkovic.
Although its Wincanton stake is markedly smaller, at 2%, it describes it ...
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