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French tycoon Xavier Niel could launch SPAC company next week - sources

27 Nov 2020

LONDON/PARIS French telecoms magnate Xavier Niel could launch a European special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) as early as next week in what would be Europe's first major so-called blank cheque company this year, two sources told Reuters on Friday.

French tycoon Xavier Niel could launch SPAC company next week -sources

27 Nov 2020

LONDON/PARIS, Nov 27 French telecoms magnate Xavier Niel could launch a European special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) as early as next week in what would be Europe's first major so-called blank cheque company this year, two sources told Reuters on Friday.

Analysis: Shocked by sacred sites blast, investors press mining firms to revamp heritage oversight

25 Nov 2020

MELBOURNE/LONDON Rio Tinto's destruction of sacred Indigenous rock shelters in Australia this year has dismayed and galvanised a swathe of investors who want big changes in how mining firms manage heritage issues and have begun to tell them so.

Social bond issuance soars on back of coronavirus crisis

19 Oct 2020

LONDON The volume of social bonds issued in 2020 has jumped eight-fold from a year ago, as interest in ethical investment rises and more governments and agencies see them as a key funding tool for specific projects.

UK watchdog fines fund ARCM over Premier Oil short selling breaches

14 Oct 2020

LONDON Britain's markets watchdog fined hedge fund Asia Research and Capital Management (ARCM) on Wednesday for a lack of transparency over a short position in Premier Oil , the first such penalty for a breach of short-selling rules.

RPT-Soccer-Bain and CVC revise Serie A bids as clubs delay decision - sources

07 Oct 2020

By Pamela Barbaglia, Clara Denina , Arno Schuetze and Elvira Pollina

Bain and CVC revise Serie A bids as clubs delay decision - sources

07 Oct 2020

By Pamela Barbaglia, Clara Denina , Arno Schuetze and Elvira Pollina

Soccer-Bain and CVC revise Serie A bids as clubs delay decision - sources

07 Oct 2020

By Pamela Barbaglia, Clara Denina , Arno Schuetze and Elvira Pollina

ANALYSIS-Premier Oil's takeover a blueprint for more deals as uncertainty bites

06 Oct 2020

LONDON, Oct 6 Premier Oil's takeover by private equity-backed Chrysaor marks the end of an 86-year oil wildcatter and could herald wider consolidation provided there are willing buyers in a sector whose outlook is highly uncertain.

KKR's Viridor to start sale of recycling unit: sources

01 Oct 2020

LONDON/FRANKFURT Viridor, the British waste management business owned by U.S. private equity firm KKR, has hired investment bank UBS to sell its waste and recycling subsidiary, two sources told Reuters.

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