£5.1m paid for Willis Owen, just £100k for Burns Anderson

Pow, Helen
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/17/2009, p12
The article reports that private investment company Honister Capital (HCL) has paid 5.35 million pounds for the businesses of the Money Portal Ltd. (TMP) in Great Britain. It indicates that the shares were distributed to Money Portal's subsidiary companies Willis Owen, Sage, and Burns Anderson. It states that Peter Simon head of the HCL and former TMP chairman paid 5.1 million pounds to Willis while Sage and Burns received 100,000 pounds each.


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