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  • Jason Nisse

How to mount - or defend - a hostile campaign

Updated: Jan 6

Over the years I have developed quite a bit of experience mounting and defending hostile campaigns. My most recent success has been working with the SME Alliance in support of the victims of the HBOS Reading scandal, many of whom now have received compensation from HBOS' owners Lloyds Banking Group.

My old friend Tim Prizeman, who runs Kelso Consulting, also has some stripes in this area and he suggested we hold a webinar to discuss how best to go about mounting - or defending - a hostile campaign.

It will take place on Friday 8th June, and if you fancy you can book tickets here.

I look forward to you joining and asking Tim and me some tricky questions (the really tricky ones he can answer).

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