A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

Sir Jonathan Stephen Cunliffe, CB (born 2 June 1953) is a senior British civil servant, currently serving as Deputy Governor of the Bank of England for Financial Stability. [1]
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Roles

June 2011

Met with CVC Capital Partners to discuss Economic discussions. [2]

Met with Goldman Sachs to discuss PM's trade experts panel. [2]

May 2011

Met with Nomura to discuss EU markets. [2]

Met with European Bank for Reconstruction and Development to discuss Economic discussions. [2]

Met with Alliance Boots to discuss Economic discussions. [2]

Met with Open Europe to discuss Economic discussions. [2]

Met with BBC to discuss EU issues. [2]

Met with Telegraph to discuss EU issues. [2]

Met with Independent Commission on Banking to discuss Independent Commission on Banking. [2]

Met with Eurostar International Ltd to discuss Eurostar. [2]

Met with Moore Capital LLC to discuss European economy. [2]

March 2011

Met with Trades Unions Congress to discuss G20 and G8 issues. [3]

Met with Dan Price to discuss Trade and Doha Development Agreement. [3]

Met with Medley Global Advisors to discuss EU economy. [3]

Met with The Prince's Charities' International sustainability unit to discuss of the work of the Prince's Charities' International sustainability unit. [3]

Met with Deutsche Bank to discuss Climate change. [3]

February 2011

Met with Dan Price to discuss Trade and Doha Development Agreement. [3]

Met with European Bank for Reconstruction and Development to discuss Middle East and North Africa. [3]

Met with Bruegel to discuss EU Economy. [3]

January 2011

Met with British Bankers Association to discuss EU financial services regulations. [3]

Met with Centre for European Reform to discuss Global governance. [3]

Met with Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to discuss Global development. [3]

Met with Morgan Stanley to discuss EU Macros issues. [3]

Met with Institute of International Finance to discuss International finance. [3]

Met with Independent Commission on Banking for general discussion. [3]

December 2010

Met with Suek to discuss UK investment regime. [4]

Met with Lindsey Group to discuss G20 topics. [4]

November 2010

Met with Goldman Sachs to discuss UK & EU Banking regulation. [4]

Met with Goldman Sachs to discuss UK & EU Banking regulation. [4]

Met with Siemens UK to discuss Eurostar procurement. [4]

Met with KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers for discussion of EU accounting and auditing standards. [4]

October 2010

Met with Morgan Stanley to discuss UK & EU Banking regulation. [4]

Met with Exxon Mobil to discuss International energy policy and climate change. [4]

Met with Medley Global Advisers for discussion pre-G20. [4]

Met with EDF to discuss UK and EU energy issues. [4]

Met with HSBC to discuss G20 topics. [4]

Met with UK and EU venture capital bodies for discussion of EU & Finanacial developments. [4]