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London Assurance


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London Assurance

London Assurance

London Assurance

London Assurance

London Assurance (1841)

London Assurance (1841)

JONES, Owen (1866 - 1941), retired; a Director of the London Assurance

PAINE, Thomas (1822 - 1908), director London and Lancashire Life Assurance Co.

MACKAY, William Æneas (1871 - 1929), General Manager, The Northern Assurance Company, Ltd, 1924–28; General Manager, London and Scottish Assurance Corporation, Ltd, 1908

LONGHURST, Andrew Henry (born 1939), Deputy Chairman, Royal London Assurance Society Ltd, 2000–02

LAYTON, Perceval Norman (1872 - 1943), lately an Elder Brother of Trinity House; Director London Assurance

HORNE, (William) Edgar (1856 - 1941), Chairman Prudential Assurance Co.; JP, London; DL, Sutherland

CURTEIS, Gerald (1892 - 1972), Court of The London Assurance, 1953–63

Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd v London Residuary Body [1992] 2 AC 386, House of Lords

GIBSON-SMITH, Christopher Shaw (born 1945), Chairman: London Stock Exchange Group (formerly London Stock Exchange), 2003–15; JRP (formerly Partnership Assurance), since 2013

NORIE-MILLER, Francis (1859 - 1947), JP County Perth; Chairman of the General Life Assurance Company, Aldwych, WC; Governor General Accident, Fire and Life Assurance Corporation, Ltd, Perth and London

LUBBOCK, Frederic (1844 - 1927), Chairman London Board, Bank of New Zealand; Chairman London Merchant Bank, Ltd; Director London Assurance Corporation; Director British Bank of South America, Ltd

HUBBARD, Evelyn (1852 - 1934), Lieut City of London; Chairman Guardian Assurance Company, 1900–30; Director of Bank of England 1890–1909

SMITH, Willie Reardon- (1887 - 1950), JP; shipowner and Director of numerous shipping companies; Director The London Assurance

 

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