April 2005
Lawyer;4/11/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 14, p72
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The article reports that the departure of David Page from Clyde & Co. is a tacit admission by the East cheap firm that it will no longer target the structured finance end of the insurance business. Clyde officially says there was no disagreement, but a memorandum seen by "The Lawyer," makes it clear that Page had decided that his strategic vision would be better elsewhere. The collapse of MG Rover last Friday has gifted Eversheds the plum role of advising the company's joint administrators.


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