It doesn't matter if Labour do get in , we are talking about Nationalisation of the grid first. This would not impact Inse at all . The suppliers would take for ever if at all. Inse is way more than a broker and with the rise in demand for low carbon services and goods its time to top up
So Mr F survives another day ! Shocked he didn't fall on his sword , even more shocked some of the larger II didn't boot him out. What next ?
well there's half a million £ saving getting rid of him straight away , he surely has lost confidence in the city , other shareholders and most of all the staff. hang your head in shame and his sidekicks , you know who you are.
My view is that there must (hopefully) be good value in the corporate arm , maybe INSE would rescue this and merchant services to into the long grass and get back selling simple procurement deals , we all know he wont listen