Trading up

26 Apr 2022 By Neil Unmack

The $10 bln Schroders is ditching its non-voting shares. A 37% discount to the voting stock helps smooth a deal without its dominant family losing out too much either. It’s a timely corrective to UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s efforts to lure more dual-share structures to London.

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