Roland Rudd Soft-Banked £2 Million Off Brexit

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Remain financing media manipulator Roland Rudd made his millions from his Finsbury financial PR firm. Brexit has turned out very nicely for him financially – despite all his fear mongering about economic disaster.  

After Brexit Japan’s Softbank bought UK chip maker Arm Holdings for a £24 billion price ticket. Taking advantage of the pound becoming more competitve that was a 15% discount on the pre-referendum price for a Yen investor like Softbank. Guido’s co-conspirators in the world of spin tell him that Finsbury banked a £2 million fee on the Softbank-Arm deal, a deal which would probably not have happened without Brexit. Consider it Roland’s personal Brexit bonus…




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