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Interview with Westminster Group CEO Peter Fowler

23 Apr 2014 | by: Patricia Miller

The once considered “more reliable” companies of aim have been caught up in the April storms, Westminster group plc are no exception and in the wake of recent events Doc Holiday caught up with CEO Peter Fowler – A pretty relaxed yet acute insight of the business which should quell the short term volatility created from the daily bear raids throughout the markets.

He was lucky enough to have a brief chat with Peter at the UK Investor Show where WSG appeared a big hit with the shows attendees and with a choice on the spot request he managed to get the commitment of the CEO for another less formal discussion on the businesses progress.

“Is the FTSE 250 out of reach?” – I don’t thinks so

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