British Agency Appoints New Chief to Oversee Bailout Investments
New York Times
LONDON – The British government agency in charge of managing the holdings in the country's bailed-out banks appointed a new chief executive on Monday to oversee the pending share sale in the part-nationalized firms. James Leigh Pemberton, the chief ...
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