Under-fire THG boss changes terms of £100m personal loan
Evening Standard|October 20, 2021
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Oscar Williams-Grut

MATTHEW Moulding, the boss of under-pressure e-commerce group THG, has made changes to a personal loan with Barclays that had raised eyebrows in the City as the company continues to try and repair relations with investors.

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