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Lord Clive Hollick

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Lord (Clive) Hollick was appointed a partner of GP Bullhound in 2010. Lord Hollick is currently a director of ProSiebenSat.1, Honeywell International Inc, BMG Music Rights Management ag and senior director at Diageo plc. Previously, he was a partner at KKR where he headed the media industry team in Europe, and prior to that served as Chairman of SBS Broadcasting as well as a director of The Nielsen Company (formerly VNU Group). He was CEO of United Business Media, an international publishing, information, broadcasting and market research group.

 

Lord Hollick began his career as an investment banker with Hambros and then built up a global money and securities broking business that subsequently became ICAP plc. He has also held positions as a director of Logica, Havas, TRW and BAe Systems and was Chairman of the South Bank Centre, Europe’s largest arts centre. He founded the IPPR think-tank in 1986 and became a member of the House of Lords in 1991.

 

Lord Hollick holds a B.A. and Doctorate from Nottingham University.

Lord (Clive) Hollick was appointed a partner of GP Bullhound in 2010. Lord Hollick is currently a director of ProSiebenSat.1, Honeywell International Inc, BMG Music Rights Management ag and senior director at Diageo plc. Previously, he was a partner at KKR where he headed the media industry team in Europe, and prior to that served as Chairman of SBS Broadcasting as well as a director of The Nielsen Company (formerly VNU Group). He was CEO of United Business Media, an international publishing, information, broadcasting and market research group.

 

Lord Hollick began his career as an investment banker with Hambros and then built up a global money and securities broking business that subsequently became ICAP plc. He has also held positions as a director of Logica, Havas, TRW and BAe Systems and was Chairman of the South Bank Centre, Europe’s largest arts centre. He founded the IPPR think-tank in 1986 and became a member of the House of Lords in 1991.

 

Lord Hollick holds a B.A. and Doctorate from Nottingham University.