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British Technology Group


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British Technology Group

British Technology Group

BRITISH TECHNOLOGY GROUP LTD.'S SPC APPLICATION

BARKER, Colin (1926 - 2015), Chairman, British Technology Group Ltd, 1983–93 (Chief Executive, 1983–85)

FENDER, Brian (Edward Frederick) (born 1934), Chairman, BTG plc, 2003–08 (Board Member, British Technology Group, then BTG, 1992–2003); Chief Executive, Higher Education Funding Council for England, 1995–2001

JOHNSON, Alan Woodworth (1917 - 1982), Professor of Chemistry and Hon. Director, Agricultural Research Council Unit of Invertebrate Chemistry and Physiology, University of Sussex, 1968–82, later Emeritus Professor; Member, British Technology Group, since 1981

WILCOX, Malcolm (George) (1921 - 1986), Deputy Chairman, PRIVATbanken Ltd, since 1983 (Director, since 1982); Member Board of Representatives, PRIVATbanken A/S, Denmark, since 1984; Director: Bank of Bermuda Ltd, since 1978; Costain Group PLC, since 1981; European Investment Bank, since 1981; appointed Member of Council, British Technology Group, 1981

FINNISTON, (Harold) Montague (1912 - 1991), business industrial consultant since 1980; Chairman: H. M. Finniston Ltd, since 1980; Finance for Housing Ltd (formerly Building Trust Management Co.), since 1981; KCA Drilling Group PLC, since 1983; Industrial Technology Securities Ltd, since 1984; Sherwood BC, since 1986; Mulholland Ltd, since 1987; Nene Instruments, since 1987; ABACUS Simulations Ltd, since 1988; Tricuspid Systems Ltd, since 1989; Director: Cluff Resources PLC, since 1976; Caledonian Heritable Estates Ltd, since 1982; British Nutrition Foundation, since 1982; Combined Capital Ltd, since 1983; Information Technology Training Accreditation Council, since 1985; Harold Hartley Engineering Centre Ltd, since 1985

 

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An organization formed in 1981 by the merger of the National Enterprise Board (NEB) and the National Research and Development Corporation (NRDC). Its purpose is to encourage technological development by providing finance for new scientific and engineering products and processes discovered through research at UK universities, research councils, and government research establishments. It was privatized in 2000.

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