Pamela Daley serves on the Board of Directors at BlackRock, Inc. She is the former Senior Vice-President of Corporate Business Development, General Electric Company. Daley retired from General Electric Company (“GE”) in January 2014. Prior to this role, she served as GE’s Senior Vice President of Corporate Business Development and as Vice President and Senior Counsel for Transactions. Previously, Daley was a Partner of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, a large U.S. law firm. She also currently serves as a director of both BP plc and SecureWorks Corp. . Daley previously served on the board of BG Group and on the board of Patheon NV, a contract manufacturer of pharmaceuticals, until it was acquired by Thermo Fisher Scientific in August 2017. She received an undergraduate degree from Princeton University and an undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania.
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London property used for money laundering
Compliance Alert, 03 April 2015
London is famed for providing a safe haven for foreign dissidents and refugees. It’s a hard-earned reputation going back to the French revolution and beyond. Then, as now, the super-rich who have fallen foul with their governments were among the influx. And then, as now, their reputations were not always immaculate.
But it has surely not often been the case that a millionaire alleged to have ordered an Englishman’s murder has ended up being exiled to a British mansion less than 60 miles away from the alleged intended victim’s home. Continue reading “Article: London property used for money laundering”