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David Norman (businessman)

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David Norman (businessman)

David Mark Norman (born 30 January 1941) is an English management consultant and businessman, from a prominent City dynasty, now retired from executive positions.


He was educated at Eton, McGill University (BA) and Harvard Business School (MBA).


Norman represents the fourth generation of the Norman family City dynasty. His great-grandfather Frederick Norman was a director of Brown, Shipley & Co., his grandfather Ronald Collet Norman was a merchant banker and politician who chaired the Board of Governors of the BBC and the London County Council, his great-uncle Sir Montagu Norman, the 1st Baron Norman was a long-serving Governor of the Bank of England and his father Mark Norman was Chairman of the merchant bankers Lazard Brothers and the cigarette manufacturers Gallahers. Both Ronald Collet Norman and Mark Norman became successful administrators with the National Trust.

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