Well-known economist Roger Bootle stands to make tens of millions of pounds from the potential sale of his consultancy Capital Economics, in a deal which could value the group at £50m-£70m, according to reports.
Bootle has asked corporate finance company Quayle Munro to examine "strategic options" for the business, which employs 50 people in London, Toronto and Singapore, the Times reports. The economist owns...
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