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Counter-revolutionary

9 October 2017 By Christopher Thompson

The global bank wants insider John Flint to replace CEO Stuart Gulliver, according to the Sunday Times. If approved, he will take over a slimmed-down lender trading at 1.2 times book value. Investors now want growth – but Flint and Chairman Mark Tucker should heed past mistakes.

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