Hermes EOS targets Deutsche Börse chair

The advisory arm of Hermes Investment Management fired both barrels at Deutsche Börse chairman Joachim Faber on Tuesday, partially blaming him for the implosion of the proposed merger with the London Stock Exchange Group in 2016

  • By Costas Mourselas
  • 15 May 2018

In a statement, Hermes EOS recommended that its clients and investors give Faber qualified support for a three year term at Deutsche Börse's annual general meeting on Wednesday, but expected him to depart in 2019 after a suitable replacement had been found.

Michael Viehs, associate director of responsibility at ...

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