LONDON — What’s next for Harvey Nichols? Deutsche Bank, the retailer’s largest institutional investor, has announced plans to block Dickson Poon’s bid for 100 percent of the U.K. department store chain during a shareholders’ meeting next Monday.

The bank’s decision follows a statement issued Friday by Broad Gain Investments, a Dickson Poon company, that $3.85 per share — the original offer price for the 49.9 percent that Poon does not already own — was its final offer.

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