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Chelsea sale: George Osborne added to Todd Boehly’s bid for club

Former Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has been drafted in to boost Todd Boehly’s bid to buy Chelsea, the PA news agency understands.The former Conservative MP for Totton and ex-Evening Standard editor’s involvement with the Boehly consortium adds an extra edge to the LA Dodgers co-owner’s candidacy to buy the Blues.The London firm Robey Warshaw, where Osborne works as a partner, is understood to have signed on to the Boehly bid in an advisory capacity.Establishment influence at the level of former top Government official Osborne’s involvement only adds another potent string to Boehly’s bow in an already strong bid...
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George Osborne added to Todd Boehly’s Chelsea bid

Former Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has been drafted in to boost Todd Boehly’s bid to buy Chelsea, the PA news agency understands. The former Conservative MP for Totton and ex-Evening Standard editor’s involvement with the Boehly consortium adds an extra edge to the LA Dodgers co-owner’s candidacy to buy the Blues.
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Boris Johnson urgently needs a new adviser, and I know just the man: George Osborne

Boris Johnson’s premiership is in difficulty. With Cabinet resistance to the prime minister’s intended omicron measures, Lord Frost’s resignation, and ongoing ‘partygate’ revelations, he faces an urgent need to restore order to both the government and his party. The dramatic Liberal Democrat by-election win last...
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George Osborne brings in Russian oligarch to his new investment bank

George Osborne has won his new investment bank employer a role advising EN+, the Russian metals giant founded by Oleg Deripaska, according to reports. Mr Osborne joined Robey Warshaw, a corporate advisory firm in London, in April. The boutique investment bank is now said to be advising EN+’s subsidiary Rusal, an aluminium producer, in its negotiations with palladium and nickel miner Norilsk Nickel, according to a story first reported by the Financial Times.
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