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Sir David Scholey

(1935-), Businessman

Sitter in 5 portraits
Former chairman and chief executive of SG Warburg, the merchant bank now owned by UBS, he has been a key player in the financial services sector for more than 40 years. He has sat as a non-executive director on the boards of various companies. From 1981 to 1998 Sir David was a director of the Bank of England. He is also a former Governor of the BBC, and a former Chairman of Trustees of the National Portrait Gallery (2001-5). From 1999 to 2001 he was non-executive deputy chairman of Anglo American. He is a director of Sainsbury's Bank, a subsidiary of the UK supermarket group.

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Sir David Scholey, by Rupert Bathurst - NPG 6813

Sir David Scholey

by Rupert Bathurst
pencil, 2005
NPG 6813

Sir David Scholey, by Francesco Barasciutti - NPG x126035

Sir David Scholey

by Francesco Barasciutti
bromide fibre print, 2 April 1999
NPG x126035

Sir David Scholey, by Francesco Barasciutti - NPG x126036

Sir David Scholey

by Francesco Barasciutti
bromide fibre print, 2 April 1999
NPG x126036

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