Even the world's largest listed hedge fund group isn't immune - profits for the six months to September fell 24%. But compared to the battering taken by its rivals, Man is doing pretty well. For starters, more money came in than went out the door: net inflows stood at $4.2bn for the six months to the end of September. Clarke says Man's balance-sheet strength and adaptability will help it to weather the storm.
The Treasury has a lot of thinking to do about how they will implement a revenue-based tax.
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Theresa May's desire to keep Unilever in the UK is based on politics rather than economics.
'To my amazement, he actually picked up,' says Mel Stride, Financial Secretary to the Treasury.