British-North American Committee

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AbbreviationBNAC
Formation1969
Membership• David Robertson
• Neil Record
• Minic Casserley
• Henry Catto
• Wesley Clark
• Anthony Cleaver
• George Cox
• Frederick Crawford
• Peter Cundill
• Jeffrey Cunningham
• John Daniel
• Richard de Neufville
• Brenda Dean
• Philip Deck
• Philip Evans
• Maureen Farrow
• Brian Fender
• Brooks Firestone
• Lawrence P. Fisher II
• John Fraser
• Ryan Gawn
• Peter Goddard
• Peter Gottsegen
• Boyden Gray
• Alan Griffith
• Kerry Hawkins
• Peter Hill
• Christopher Hoehn-Saric
• Nigel Horne
• Brian Hunter
• Robert L. Hutchings
• Mary Jo Jacobi
• Melanie Jones
• Barbara Thomas Judge
• Paul Judge
• Frederick Kempe
• Tony Kennerley
• John Kingman
• George Kitching
• Michael Koerner
• Claude Lamoureux
• Tim Lankester
• W. A. Fitzhugh Lee
• David Levy
• George Mallinckrodt
• Paul Martin
• Clive Mather
• George Mathewson
• William Mayer
• David M. McKinney
• Dean Menegas
• Ray Miles
• Jack Mintz
• Mark Moody Stuart
• George D. O. Neill
• Derek Oland
• Gordon Page
• Lou Pagnutti
• Elena Pak
• Rob Paton
• Brian Pitman
• Martin Rees
• Bob Reid
• Nigel Rich
• Thomas S. Robertson
• William Robson
• Bryan Sanderson
• Guy Savard
• Thomas Saylor
• James R. Schlesinger
• Iain Scott
• Alastair Scott
• Richard D Simmons
• Jan H. Suwinski
• Michael S. Sylvester
• Tom Symons
• Graham Thornton
• David Triesman
• William Turner
• Paul Twomey
• Richard Waugh
• Simon Webley
• Viscount Weir
• Frederick B. Whittemore
• Kern Wildenthal
• Margaret Wilson
• David Wilson
• Anthony Young

The British-North American Committee (BNAC) is a group of leaders from business, labor, and academia in Canada, the UK and the US.

Official narrative

The group is committed to harmonious, constructive relations among the UK, US, Canada and their citizens. BNAC is sponsored by three nonprofit research organizations — the British-North American Research Association in London, the Atlantic Council in Washington, and the C.D. Howe Institute in Toronto.[citation needed]

The British-North American Research Association address is given as Grosvenor Gardens House, 35-37 Grosvenor Gardens, London SW1W 0BS (near Saferworld) although they seem to have moved judging by business registries. This was given as British-North American Research Association 29 Throgmorton Street, London EC2N 2AT. That is also the home of Leader Magazine, published by: The World Leadership Forum,

Activities

The group issued a statement about the millennium bug.[1]

Publications

  • 2007/8 - Cyber Attack: A Risk Management Primer For CEO's And directors[2]

People

David Robertson: BNARA

Neil Record: Record Currency Management Ltd

minic Casserley: McKinsey and Company

Hon. Henry Catto: Atlantic Council of US

General Wesley Clark: Wesley K Clark and Associates

Sir Anthony Cleaver: Nuclear Decommissioning Authority

Sir George Cox: The Design Council

Sir Frederick Crawford: Haruspex Consulting

Peter Cundill: Cundill Investment Research Ltd

Jeffrey Cunningham: New England Ventures LLC

Sir John Daniel: The Commonwealth of Learning

Richard de Neufville Ph.D.: Technology and Policy Program, MIT

Baroness Dean: The Housing Commission

Philip Deck: HSD Partners Inc

Philip Evans: Boston Consulting Group

Maureen Farrow: Economap Inc

Sir Brian Fender: BTG plc

Brooks Firestone: Firestone Vineyard

Lawrence P Fisher II: Bessemer Trust Company

John Fraser: Master, Massey College University of Toronto

Ryan Gawn: Save the Children UK

Peter Goddard: Institute For Advanced Study

Peter Gottsegen: CAI Advisors and Co

Boyden Gray: Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr

Alan Griffith: The Bank of New York

Kerry Hawkins: Cargill Ltd

Peter Hill: The Laird Group PLC

Christopher Hoehn-Saric: Educate Incorporated

Dr Nigel Horne: Foresight VCT plc

Brian Hunter: Strategic Capital Allocation Group

Hon Robert L Hutchings: Princeton University

Mary Jo Jacobi: a senior executive of several of the worlds largest corporations, including Royal Dutch Shell, Lehman Brothers and HSBC Holdings. Previously, she held senior public affairs positions in America with Drexel Burnham Lambert, 3M and the National Association of Manufacturers. She is a UK Civil Service Commissioner, a member of the Foreign and Commonwealth Offices Wilton Park Academic Council, a Trustee of the Sir Heinz Koeppler Trust and a US-UK Fulbright Commissioner and a trustee of its Foundations. She was appointed by two Republican US Presidents (as Assistant Secretary of Commerce for George H W Bush and as Special Assistant to Ronald Reagan), and acted as a spokesperson for both of them as candidates and whilst in office. She has undertaken political activity on behalf of the Republican Party in the US and the Conservative Party in the UK.[3]

Melanie Jones: BNARA

Sir Paul Judge: Royal Society of Arts

Frederick Kempe: Atlantic Council of the United States

Professor Tony Kennerley: Crossrail

Sir John Kingman: Isaac Newton Institute

George Kitching

Michael Koerner: Canada Overseas Investments Ltd

Claude Lamoureux: Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan

Sir Tim Lankester: Corpus Christi College

W A Fitzhugh Lee: Vivum

David Levy M.D.: Digital Health Community PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

George Mallinckrodt: Schroders Plc

Sir Paul Martin: Canadian Parliament

Clive Mather: Shell Canada Ltd

Sir George Mathewson: Royal Bank of Scotland Plc

William Mayer: Park Avenue Equity Partners

David M McKinney: TJ Watson Foundation

Dean Menegas: Spinnaker Capital Group

Ray Miles: CP Ships UK

Jack Mintz: C D Howe Institute

Sir Mark Moody Stuart:

George D O Neill: Meriwether Capital LLC

Derek Oland: Moosehead Breweries Ltd

Gordon Page CBE: Cobham plc

Lou Pagnutti: Ernst and Young LLP

Elena Pak: Atlantic Council of the US

Rob Paton: The Open University

Sir Brian Pitman: Morgan Stanley

Sir Martin Rees: Trinity College

Sir Bob Reid : International Petroleum Exchange

Nigel Rich: Exel Plc

Thomas S Robertson: Special Assistant to the President for International Strategy

Emory University

William Robson: C D Howe Institute

Bryan Sanderson CBE: Standard Chartered Bank

Guy Savard: Merrill Lynch Canada Inc

Thomas Saylor: Arecor Ltd

Hon James R Schlesinger: Lehman Brothers Inc

Iain Scott: McCarthy Tetrault

Alastair Scott

Richard D Simmons: R D Simmons and Sons

Jan H Suwinski Ph.D.: Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management

Michael S Sylvester: Novagard Solutions

Tom Symons : Trent University

Barbara Thomas Judge: UK Atomic Energy Commission

Dr Graham Thornton: Northrop Grumman UK

Lord Triesman: House of Lords

William Turner: Exsultate Inc

Paul Twomey Ph.D.: ICANN

Richard Waugh: Bank of Nova Scotia

Simon Webley: Institute of Business Ethics

Viscount Weir: Balfour Beatty Plc

Frederick B Whittemore: Morgan Stanley and Co

Kern Wildenthal M.D., Ph.D.: Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas

Margaret Wilson: Scarboroughs

David Wilson Ph.D.: Graduate Management Admissions Council

Lord Anthony Young of Norwood Green: The Ethical Trading Initiative


References

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David Robertson +, Neil Record +, Minic Casserley +, Henry Catto +, Wesley Clark +, Anthony Cleaver +, George Cox +, Frederick Crawford +, Peter Cundill +, Jeffrey Cunningham +, John Daniel +, Richard de Neufville +, Brenda Dean +, Philip Deck +, Philip Evans +, Maureen Farrow +, Brian Fender +, Brooks Firestone +, Lawrence P. Fisher II +, John Fraser +, Ryan Gawn +, Peter Goddard +, Peter Gottsegen +, Boyden Gray +, Alan Griffith +, Kerry Hawkins +, Peter Hill +, Christopher Hoehn-Saric +, Nigel Horne +, Brian Hunter +, Robert L. Hutchings +, Mary Jo Jacobi +, Melanie Jones +, Barbara Thomas Judge +, Paul Judge +, Frederick Kempe +, Tony Kennerley +, John Kingman +, George Kitching +, Michael Koerner +, Claude Lamoureux +, Tim Lankester +, W. A. Fitzhugh Lee +, David Levy +, George Mallinckrodt +, Paul Martin +, Clive Mather +, George Mathewson +, William Mayer +, David M. McKinney +, Dean Menegas +, Ray Miles +, Jack Mintz +, Mark Moody Stuart +, George D. O. Neill +, Derek Oland +, Gordon Page +, Lou Pagnutti +, Elena Pak +, Rob Paton +, Brian Pitman +, Martin Rees +, Bob Reid +, Nigel Rich +, Thomas S. Robertson +, William Robson +, Bryan Sanderson +, Guy Savard +, Thomas Saylor +, James R. Schlesinger +, Iain Scott +, Alastair Scott +, Richard D Simmons +, Jan H. Suwinski +, Michael S. Sylvester +, Tom Symons +, Graham Thornton +, David Triesman +, William Turner +, Paul Twomey +, Richard Waugh +, Simon Webley +, Viscount Weir +, Frederick B. Whittemore +, Kern Wildenthal +, Margaret Wilson +, David Wilson +  and Anthony Young +
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