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John Dudley Fishburn (John Dudley)

John Dudley Fishburn, investment company executive. Treasurer National Trust; president Harvard Club, London; trustee Peabody Housing Trust, Liver Research Trust; board overseers Harvard University, since 1998.

Background

  • FISHBURN, Dudley was born on June 8, 1946. Parents: the late Eskdale Fishburn and the late Bunting Fishburn.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Harvard University, 1968.

    Career

    • Private secretary to prime minister John Major, Parliament. Private secretary to prime minister Margaret Thatcher, Parliament. Chairman Datamark; executive editor Economist Newspaper Ltd., 1979—1988.

      Conservative member, Parliament England, 1988—1997. Chairman Henderson Smaller Companies Investment Trust plc, England, HFC Bank PLC, since 1999. Former board directors Stem Cell Innovations Inc.

      Board directors Altria Group, Inc., 1999—2008, Household Bank Inc., 2002—2008, Beazley Group plc, 2002—2009, Household Bank Bank plc, England, 2003—2009, Cordiant Communications Group plc, First Network Information Service Fund, Luxembourg, Murray Emerging Economies Trust PLC, England. Board advisor Trust Territories International Investment Management. International board advisory Group Menatep Ltd.

      Board directors Philip Morris International Inc., since 2008.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Conversative Party

    Membership

    Treasurer National Trust. President Harvard Club, London. Trustee Peabody Housing Trust, Liver Research Trust.

    Board overseers Harvard University, since 1998.

    Connections

    • Spouse Victoria Boles, 1981. Children: two s„ two d.
    John Dudley Fishburn
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    Born June 8, 1946
    (age 71)
    Nationality
    • 1968
      Harvard University
    • 1979 - 1988
      executive, editor Economist Newspaper Limited
    • 1988 - 1997
      conservative member
    • 1999
      chairman, Henderson Smaller Companies Investment Trust plc
      England, Arkansas, United States