Last quote by Richard Marwood
It would be potentially neater to do it with Redrow because it's a pure housebuilder. It looks a cleaner deal. Obviously the level of the Redrow offer was less attractive than the Galliford offer so it would need to be increased.
Mar 18 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Richard Marwood is associated, including BT and Italy. Most recently, Richard Marwood has been quoted saying: “He is fighting on a lot of fronts. To be dealing with the pension fund or the regulator or the sports rights or Italy in isolation would be distracting. But to have it all going on at the same time, it's clearly going to be very, very hard work for the board.” in the article In a corner, Patterson fights to keep BT transformation on track. An other article where Richard Marwood has been quoted is BT shares plummet on deepening Italian accounting scandal.
Quotes by Richard Marwood
Jan 27 2017
He is fighting on a lot of fronts. To be dealing with the pension fund or the regulator or the sports rights or Italy in isolation would be distracting. But to have it all going on at the same time, it's clearly going to be very, very hard work for the board.
Jan 24 2017
Prior to this morning's news, BT investors had been concerned about BT's large pension liabilities and the company's relationship with its regulator, Ofcom. Today's news is an unwelcome addition to those worries. Certainty on any of those issues would be welcomed by investors.
Jan 24 2017
Today's announcement from BT surprises us on a number of counts. Firstly, BT is a strong company with a relatively predictable business and so not generally prone to these kinds of warnings. Secondly, given the modest scale of the Italian business, the magnitude of the hit it has caused is concerning. Finally, the warning that spending by government and corporate customers has shown some signs of softening is the sting in the tail of the announcement.
Jan 23 2017
Clearly, Bovis has had operational issues and it does trade at one of the lowest prices to book in their sector, and so there's maybe a view that if you could get what would be perceived to be better management running those assets, you'd make more money.
Jan 04 2017
They can hold the shop prices and hit margins, or they can put up prices but will have an impact on volume of sales.
Jan 04 2017
It mirrors what happened in the supermarket space. It was the people in the middle who struggled.
Dec 15 2016
Such disclosure would help shareholders assess the fairness of the offer and give greater confidence in the independence of the committee in the bid process.
Nov 25 2016
The impact of Brexit on third quarter financial results at FTSE firms has been fairly muted. The companies who have reported a material impact have put this down to movements in currency markets, much of which is also being reflected in current share valuations.
Sep 23 2016
The issue is a valid one, as it appears that the capital in the USA is earning low returns. As shareholders we are concerned about where companies deploy capital and what the long term returns on that capital are.
Sep 23 2016
While we would like to see returns increase, or failing that redeployment of capital into markets outside the U.S., it is for the company to best decide how to achieve this and how to manage its relationship with local regulators.
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