Boss of insurer LV= defends sale amid backlash

However, Mark Hartigan, LV=’s chief executive, told me that of the dozen bids he’d received only Bain Capital had the resources to safeguard the 175-year-old brand, and claimed it did plan to inject the necessary investment funds required to preserve sites.

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