Jessica Clark

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Jess Clark is a City A.M. news reporter covering private equity and investment.

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May 2019 articles

Troubled retailer Marks & Spencer (M&S) has transferred £1.4bn in pension scheme liabilities to two insurance companies, [...]

23 May

Thomas Cook Group has been approached by buyout firm Triton about a potential takeover of its Nordic airline and tour operator. [...]

23 May

HM Treasury has launched an investigation into the collapse of investment firm London Capital & Finance, which will probe [...]

23 May

Investment platform AJ Bell dismissed Brexit concerns as it posted soaring revenue and profits in its maiden results as a public [...]

23 May

Natura & Co, the Brazilian owner of the Body Shop, has bought direct-selling beauty brand Avon for $2bn (£1.6bn). [...]

23 May

Loot, the digital current account for students, has called in administrators after it was unable to secure funding following [...]

22 May

Hedge funds have increased their bets against Jupiter Fund Management making it one of the most shorted UK companies.  [...]

22 May

Shares in spreadbetting firm IG soared more than 14 per cent today as the company revealed a strategic plan to return to growth [...]

22 May

City veteran Terry Smith is stepping back from his emerging equities trust as he hands over day-to-day responsibilities to a [...]

22 May

Sir Philip Green is preparing to launch a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) restructuring of his Arcadia retail empire. [...]

22 May

Superdry has appointed a new interim finance chief after the return of founder Julian Dunkerton sparked a mass exodus from the [...]

22 May

Around 1,000 workers have been made redundant after celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's restaurant chain collapsed into administration [...]

21 May

The value of telecoms giant BT’s brand slumped this year as new chief executive Philip Jansen prepares to overhaul the company’s [...]

21 May

Analysts at Morningstar have downgraded veteran investor Neil Woodford’s flagship fund due to underperformance. [...]

20 May

German chipmaker Infineon has reportedly suspended shipments to Huawei, becoming the latest firm to cut ties with the Chinese [...]

20 May