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Mark Kleinman

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City Editor, Sky News and Columnist, Financial Times — Financial Times, Sky News

City editor of Sky News, City AM columnist and Charlton Athletic fan. London Press Club Business Journalist of the Year 2011 and 2015.

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Mark Kleinman is Sky News’ City Editor and the London Press Club Business Journalist of the Year for 2011. He was previously City Editor of The Sunday Telegraph, prior to which he reported from Hong Kong on Asia's evolving role in the global economy for the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph. ...

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What a good day this is turning out to be: Wates Group director being lined up to chair corporate governance review for private companies is James Wates, not Andrew. My mistake.
Exclusive: Carillion link to Government’s corporate governance reform plans as Greg Clark lines up Wates Group’s ex-chairman to spearhead new code for private companies.  https://news.sky.com/story/revealed-carillion-link-to-ministers-board-reforms-11214900 
@BBCSimonJack And lastly, I’d focus on the timeliness of your own reporting on Carillion - which has been poor even by your standards - before dismissing others’ as worthy of being ignored.
@BBCSimonJack The £2.6bn figure at Carillion is the same Section 75 deficit as the £571m figure used in relation to BHS. And given that the Carillion trustees will lodge a claim for £2.6bn with the liquidators, I’d say that makes it highly relevant.
So @BBCSimonJack, £2.6bn is an “irrelevant” figure in relation to Carillion’s pension liabilities? In that case, this piece of BBC journalism ( https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/business-35879186 ) about BHS’s £571m pension deficit must have been equally irrelevant. Oh, wait - you wrote it.
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