Monday, 27 March 2017

The inside story of a collapsed merger

Two weeks ago, Thames Valley Housing (TVH) and Genesis were on the cusp of merging to create a 47,000-home association. Then it all fell apart. Martin Hilditch met TVH’s chief executive Geeta Nanda to find out what went wrong

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