Appendix 2: Most recent LOTIS Committee membership list *


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Mr Christopher Roberts - Senior Adviser, Covington & Burling

Mr Alistair Abercrombie - Director of Trade Policy, IFSL

Committee Members
Mr Graham Bartlett - Trade Policy Directorate, Department of Trade & Industry
Mr Anthony Belchambers - Chief Executive, The Futures & Options Association
Mr Mark Brownrigg - Director of Shipping Policy, The Chamber of Shipping
Mr Oliver Bretz - Clifford Chance
Ms Rhian Browning - London Stock Exchange
Mr John Cooke - Head of International Relations, Association of British Insurers
Mr Christopher Crozier - Morgan Stanley
Ms Sue Darling - The Law Society of England & Wales
Mr Roger Davis - Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Dr Elaine Drage - Trade Policy Directorate, Department of Trade & Industry
Mr Alastair M Evans - Head of International Relations, Lloyds of London
Mr Tim Kidd - Bank of England
Mr Nicholas Lowe - Public Affairs Manager, International Underwriting Association
Mr Henry Manisty - Head of Government & Regulatory Affairs, Reuters Holdings plc
Mr Martin Manuzi - European Union Office, Institute of Chartered Accountants of England & Wales
Mr Pete Maydon - HM Treasury
Ms Sue McHugh - Economic Policy Department, Foreign & Commonwealth Office
Mr Malcolm McKinnon - Trade Policy Directorate, Department of Trade & Industry
Mr Alexander J S Merriman - Adviser Europe & City Affairs, Bank of England
Ms Julie Patterson - Association of Unit Trusts & Investment Funds
Ms Lisa Rabbe - Goldman Sachs International
Sir Adam Ridley - Director General, London Investment Banking Association
Mr Gavin Robert - Partner, Linklaters & Alliance
Mr John Sloan - The Financial Services Authority
Mr John Thirlwell - Director, British Bankers' Association
Mr Robert Tsang - PA to UK Managing Partner, Andersen
Dr Ian Williams - External Affairs Manager, Prudential Corporation plc
Mr David J Wood - Deputy Director of International Affairs, Confederation of British Industry


* Source: <>, accessed 15 August 2019

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