Former Chancellor George Osborne joins small investment bank Robey Warshaw

Economy & Politics | Employment & Skills | Financial Services | Mergers & Acquisitions | South East

Former Chancellor George Osborne, is set to leave his role as Editor of the Evening Standard and at financial firm BlackRock, to take up a full-time role at a small investment bank, Robey Warshaw, where he will focus on large takeover deals.

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Osborne joins Robey Warshaw as a partner in April. The firm specialises in M&A deals and has a global clientele, including Centrica, Vodafone, and BP.

He said: “Robey Warshaw is the best of the best, advising great businesses on how to grow, and I’m proud to be joining this first-rate team.”

Osborne, who was Chancellor of the Exchequer from 2010 to 2016, will remain Chairman of the advisory board of Exor alongside his new role.

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