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William Morris OJ

AgeTotal Calculated CompensationThis person is connected to 2 Board Members in 2 different organizations across 1 different industries.

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Background

Sir. William Morris, also known as Bill, OJ served as the General Secretary at Transport and General Workers’ Union to be elected as Britain's first black General Secretary in 1991, and was re-elected in 1995 retiring in October 2003. Sir. Morris served as a Member of Executive Board of the International Transport Workers’ Federation. He serves as the Chairman of Midland Heart Limited. and has been its Director since September 26, 2007. Sir. Morris serves as a Panel ...

Corporate Headquarters

10 Paternoster Square
London, Greater London EC4M 7DY

United Kingdom

Phone: 44 20 7382 9026
Fax: 44 20 7236 7005

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Panel Member and Member of Hearings Committee
1998-N/A
Former Director and Chairman of Remuneration Committee
2007-Present
Chairman

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