Tavistock executives slash pay amid coronavirus pandemic

Firm to undertake cost-cutting measures

Hannah Godfrey
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"The key measure of leadership is how well it performs under difficult circumstances" - Tavistock's Brian Raven.
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"The key measure of leadership is how well it performs under difficult circumstances" - Tavistock's Brian Raven.

Bosses at Tavistock Investments have volunteered to waive a “significant proportion” of their income during the Covid-19 pandemic, a market update revealed this morning.

The move, which took effect immediately (8 April), sat alongside a range of other measures the business had put in place to keep the it in "the best working order" during the crisis. The firm said no...

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