Piers Pottinger

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"Following three years at J Henry Schroder Wagg Co Limited, Piers Pottinger spent three years as an analyst with stockbrokers Laurence Prust. In 1978, he joined Charles Barker. He spent two years as Director of Media Relations at Manufacturers Hanover Trust in New York before returning to London as Managing Director of Sterling Financial Public Relations in 1982. He joined Good Relations City (later Bell Pottinger Corporate and Financial) as Managing Director in 1985 and was also a Director of Good Relations Group plc. He is a trustee of Racing Welfare, Vice President of the National Society for Epilepsy and Chairman of The Foundation for Liver Research."[1]


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  1. Chime plc Board, organizational web page, accessed April 4, 2013.