Christopher Samuel Tugendhat TUGENDHAT

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1937-02-23
Education Ampleforth, Gonville & Caius Coll Cambridge
Books & Publications Publications books incl: Oil: The Biggest Business (1968), The Multinationals (1971), Making Sense of Europe (1986), Options for British Foreign Policy in the 1990's (with William Wallace, 1988); pamphlets incl: Britain, Europe and the Third World (1976), Conservatives in Europe (1979), Is Reform Possible? (1981)
Recreations conversation, reading, being with my family
Clubs Athenaeum
Style The Rt Hon Lord Tugendhat
Career leader and feature writer Financial Times 1960-70; MP (Cons): Cities of London and Westminster 1970-74, City of London and Westminster South 1974-76; Br EEC cmmr (responsible for budget, fin control, personnel and admin) 1977-81, vice-pres Cmmn of Euro Communities (responsible for budget, fin control, fin insts and taxation) 1981-85; chm: CAA 1986-91, Royal Inst of Int Affrs Chatham House 1986-95, Abbey National plc 1991-2002, Blue Circle Industries plc 1996-2001; non-exec chm European Advsy Bd Lehman Brothers Europe 2002-07; dep chm Nat Westminster Bank 1990-91 (dir 1985-91); non-exec dir: The BOC Group plc 1985-96, Commercial Union Assurance Co plc 1988-91, LWT (Holdings) plc 1991-94, Eurotunnel plc 1991-2003, Rio Tinto plc (formerly RTZ Corporation plc) 1997-2004; chllr Univ of Bath 1998-; chair Imperial Coll Healthcare NHS Tst 2007-; hon fell Gonville & Caius Coll Cambridge 1998; Hon LLD Univ of Bath 1998, Hon DLitt UMIST 2002
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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