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Same difference

2 Nov 2018 By Christopher Thompson, Aimee Donnellan

The UK lender has appointed Rothschild’s Nigel Higgins to take over as chairman in May. That signals a defence of CEO Jes Staley’s plan to grow the investment bank despite activist concern. Higgins has picked a good time to join, but that doesn’t mean his job will be easy.

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