Sir Ronald Grierson

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"Sir Ronald Grierson is a banker and industrialist and has on several occasions held full-time appointments in government. His principal business posts were Managing Director of S.G. Warburg (1948-1985) and Vice-Chairman of The General Electric Company (1968-1996). His main public appointments (other than service in HM Forces from 1940-1952) were Deputy Chairman and Managing Director of the UK Industrial Reorganisation Corporation and Director-General for Industry and Technology of the European Commission in Brussels. At various times he also served on the boards of Chrysler Corporation, R.J. Reynolds Nabisco, W.R. Grace & Co., British Aircraft Corporation (now BAE Systems) and International Computers Ltd. He continues to serve on boards and advisory boards in Europe and the USA (Blackstone Group and Bain & Co. among them) and is chairman of several international philanthropic bodies in the fields of medicine, education and music. From 1984-1990 he was executive chairman of the South Bank Centre, London's principal arts complex. He is also a trustee of the London Symphony Orchestra and of the Royal Academy of Arts."[1]


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  1. Trustees, Institute for Strategic Dialogue, accessed February 7, 2011.
  2. Voices Foundation Board, organizational web page, accessed April 4, 2012.