Norman Lamont

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Norman Lamont was John Major's Chancellor from 1990 to 1993. He is a co-chairman of the Bruges Group.

"Lord Lamont (Norman Lamont) was at the centre of British politics for many years. He was a Cabinet Minister under both Margaret Thatcher and John Major, and was a member of the House of Commons for twenty-five years. He was heavily involved in the Thatcher reforms including privatisation that transformed the British economy. He was a Minister also in the Departments of Energy, Defence and Industry. Currently Lord Lamont, as well as being a working Peer, is a director of and a consultant to a number of companies in the financial sector. He is a director of RAB Capital (hedge fund company), Scottish Re (a re-investment company quoted on the New York Stock Exchange), Balli plc ( commodities trading house), and he is an advisor to Rotch property. He is also Chairman of the East European Food Fund and a director of a number of investment funds. He was made a Life Peer in July 1998, and sits on the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee." [1]


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  1. Global Strategy Forum Advisors, organizational web page, accessed July 2, 2012.
  2. Eurasian Council of Foreign Affairs Advisory council, organizational web page, accessed February 23, 2015 .