Bernerd and Reubens ruminate on bids from Down Under

Elliot Bernerd

Simon and David Reuben, the wealthy brothers who own 35% of Chelsfield, are weighing up their options in the face of two competing offers of £585m-plus for the company, writes Robin Marriott.The pair, who helped back a £404m public-to-private buyout by chairman Elliott Bernerd (pictured right) four months ago, want ...

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