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Home arrow Marketing Research News arrow Company News and Announcements 2005 arrow Sir Andrew Likierman to become Chairman of MORI
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16 Jun 2005
Sir Andrew Likierman to become Chairman of MORI: Sir Robert Worcester becomes Life President

Sir Andrew Likierman is to step up from being a Non-Executive Director of MORI to become Chairman 1 July 2005, it was announced today by Sir Robert Worcester, Founder and now Chairman who on that date becomes Life President of the Company he founded in 1969.

Sir Robert Worcester who is 71, also becomes chairman of a new MORI Advisory Board, also announced today [see second release].

Sir Robert said:
“MORI is now the twentieth largest research firm in the world and has just completed its most successful British election ever.? This seems to me to be a good point to step back a bit from responsibility for a number of duties which can now be taken over by my colleagues to give me more time for my other responsibilities as an NED in other companies, governorships of both LSE and the University of Kent, honorary professorships at Kent and the University of Warwick, and trustee of several charities.

Sir Andrew Likierman will be an ideal non-executive chairman, involved now for over a year as a MORI NED, experienced in both government and industry, a professor of distinction at the London Business School and as a Non-Executive Director of? Barclays Bank and the Bank of England.? He will also chair the remuneration and audit committees of the Board.”

Sir Andrew said:
“A year as Non-Executive Director has shown me what a great organisation MORI is.? I am hugely looking forward to help build on the achievements of Bob and the team.”
Last Updated ( 16 Jun 2005 )
 
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