LONDON, Sept 17 (Reuters) -
EADS CEO Tom Enders and BAE Chairman Dick Olver are a likely possibility to run the board should last week's announced merger go through.
BAE would have to agree to stricter security measures in the U.S. if its EADS deal is to pass muster in Washington, according to a former official and legal experts.
A group of UK and European institutional investors have signed a paper supporting major reform of auditors.
Business lobby group the CBI fears that new British rules to curb tax avoidance risk damaging investment.
China Construction Bank could spend as much as $15 billion on a European acquisition, Chairman Wang Hongzhang said in an interview.