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List of post-nominal letters

 

List of post-nominal letters

Post-nominal letters are letters placed after the name of a person to indicate that the individual holds a position, office, or honour.

An individual may use several different sets of post-nominal letters. Honours are listed first in descending order of precedence, followed by degrees and memberships of learned societies in ascending order.

Some obsolete positions are not listed unless recipients who continue to use the post-nominals even after the order becomes obsolete are still living.

Antigua and Barbuda

Australia

Belgium

Brunei

Canada

Hong Kong

Ireland

Italy

Jamaica

see also Jamaican Orders of the Societies of Honour

Malaysia

Post-nominal letters of the Federal Authority and Federal Territories :

Post-nominal letters of sultanates :

Post-nominal letters of non-sultanal states :

Malta

Mauritius

New Zealand

Papua New Guinea

Portugal

Rhodesia

Saint Lucia

The Order of Saint Lucia comprises seven classes :

  • Grand Cross of the Order of Saint Lucia (GCSL)
  • Saint Lucia Cross (SLC)
  • Saint Lucia Medal of Honour (SLMH)
  • Saint Lucia Medal of Merit (SLMM)
  • Saint Lucia Les
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