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  • In the U.S, "the public would probably applaud it," said David Weild , a former Nasdaq official who advises U.S. companies at accounting firm Grant Thornton LLP.

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  • Because both deals face antitrust challenges "rational people will rationalize their way to the conclusion they want to see," Mr. Weild said.

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  • This is going to be a real scrum, said David Weild IV, a former Nasdaq vice chairman and now an adviser at Grant Thornton LLP.

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  • Global exchanges "won't be as strong an advocate for the smaller companies in each country" as a local-based exchange would be, said Mr. Weild.

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  • Indeed, some fear that the effects could be the hardest on the smallest companies looking to public markets to raise capital, said David Weild IV , a former vice chairman of the Nasdaq who now runs an issuer-advisory firm and is a senior adviser at Grant Thornton LLP.

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  • David Weild, a former Nasdaq executive who started the operation, said Mr. Johnson impressed bosses with his military and market-surveillance background.

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  • "He was a natural guy to do this," Mr. Weild said.

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  • Mr. Weild, a former vice chairman of Nasdaq, oversees capital markets research at Grant Thornton, the U.S.-based accounting and business advisory firm.

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  • But if he is one of those people Destined From Birth to Slay the Orc King with the Jewel That Only He Can Weild, I have a hard time buying it.

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  • Weild more power than thy neighbor, buy more, enjoy more, be more than thy neighbor.

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