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The Emerging Role of Independent Directors in the Boardroom

NORTON, Michael James (born 1952), independent director and consulting engineer

VIDOR, King (Wallis) (1896 - 1982), Independent Film Director and Producer (US)

SENDALL, Bernard Charles (1913 - 1996), Deputy Director-General, Independent Broadcasting Authority (formerly Independent Television Authority), 1955–77

YOUNG, Brian (Walter Mark) (born 1922), Director General, Independent Broadcasting Authority (formerly Independent Television Authority), 1970–82

BEVAN, Percy Archibald Thomas (1909 - 1981), retired; Director, Engineering, 1954–67, Consultant Engineer, 1967–69, Independent Television Authority (later Independent Broadcasting Authority)

Fraser, Sir Robert Brown (1904-1985), first director-general of the Independent Television Authority

CAPRON, (George) Christopher (born 1935), independent television producer; Director, Capron Productions, 1987–99

WILLIS, Frank William (1947 - 1999), Director of Advertising and Sponsorship, Independent Television Commission, since 1991

NEWTON, Clive Trevor (born 1931), Independent Chairman, Disciplinary Committee, National Association of Funeral Directors, since 1995

THOMPSON, John Brian (born 1928), Director of Radio, Independent Broadcasting Authority, 1973–87

SUTTON, Kenneth David (born 1958), Director, Hillsborough Independent Panel, Home Office, 2010–12

MONTAGUE, Adrian (Alastair) (born 1948), Chairman, Aviva, since 2015 (Senior Independent Director, since 2013)

HUGHES, Rodger Grant (born 1948), Senior Independent Director, Chime Communications plc, since 2007

POLLEN, Richard (John Hungerford) (born 1946), Independent Corporate Communications Consultant; Director, Pollen Organics Ltd, since 2000

 

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