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1 September 2020
1. Football finance lender splits up to focus its business
The football and entertainment lender 23 Capital backed by billionaire George Soros is suspending its €840 million loan book, according to the Financial Times. Its co-founders, Jason Traub and Stephen Duval, are going their separate ways.
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