Tugendhat, Lord Christopher (Samuel)

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TUGENDHAT, Lord Christopher (Samuel)

TUGENDHAT, Lord Christopher (Samuel). British, b. 1937. Genres: Business/Trade/Industry, Politics/Government. Career: Director, National Westminster Bank, and BOC Group, 1985-, and Rio Tinto Ltd, 1997-. Chancellor, University of Bath, 1998-. Chairman, Lehman Brothers Europe Ltd, 2002-. Feature and Leader Writer, Financial Times, London, 1960-70; Conservative Member of Parliament (U.K.) for Cities of London and Westminster, 1970-74, and for City of London and Westminster South, 1974-76; Shadow Spokesman for Employment, 1974-75, and Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Vice-President, Commission of the European Communities, 1981-85; Chairman, Civil Aviation Authority, 1986-91; Chairman, Royal Institute of Intl Affairs (Chatham House), 1986-95; Director, Commercial Union Assurance Co, 1988-91; Chairman, Abbey National PLC, 1991-2002; Director, Eurotunnel PLC, 1991-2003; Director, LWI (Holdings) PLC, 1991- 94; Chairman, Blue Circle Industries Ltd, 1996-2001. Publications: Oil: The Biggest Business, 1968; The Multinationals, 1971; Britain, Europe, and the Third World, 1976; Making Sense of Europe, 1986; (with W. Wallace) Options for British Foreign Policy in the 1990s, 1988. Address: Lehman Brothers, 25 Bank St, London E14 5LE, England.

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