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Portrait de John Edwards
Age : 61
Country of residence : Unknown

Summary 
Mr. John S. Edwards is Chairman at Nottingham Building Society, Senior Independent & Non-Executive Director at Liverpool Victoria Friendly Society Ltd., and Chief Executive Officer at Clerical Medical Finance Plc.

He is on the Board of Directors at Liverpool Victoria Friendly Society Ltd. and Liverpool Victoria Insurance Co. Ltd.

Mr. Edwards was previously employed as Chief Executive Officer by Clerical Medical Investment Group Ltd., Chief Executive Officer by HBOS Insurance & Investment Group Ltd., and Chief Executive Officer by Lloyds Banking Group Plc.


Current positions of John Edwards 
NameTitle Since
Clerical Medical Finance Plc Chief Executive Officer -
Nottingham Building Society Chairman 2012


John Edwards : Personal Network 
NameLinked companies
William Guy Thomas Nottingham Building Society
Kerry Spooner Nottingham Building Society
Andrew Neden Nottingham Building Society
Keith R. Whitesides Nottingham Building Society
David J. Marlow Nottingham Building Society
Mary C. Phibbs Nottingham Building Society
Simon J. Taylor Nottingham Building Society
Jane C. Kibbey Nottingham Building Society
Kavita Patel Nottingham Building Society
Philip Andrew Hodkinson Clerical Medical Finance Plc


Biography of John Edwards 
Johnny Reid "John" Edwards (born June 10, 1953) is an American politician, who served as a U.S. Senator from North Carolina. He was the Democratic nominee for Vice President in 2004, and was a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2004 and 2008.

Edwards defeated incumbent Republican Lauch Faircloth in North Carolina's 1998 Senate election. Towards the end of his single six-year term, he sought the Democratic Party's nomination in the 2004 presidential election. He eventually became the 2004 Democratic candidate for vice president, the running mate of presidential nominee Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts.

Following Kerry's loss to incumbent President George W. Bush, Edwards began working full-time at the One America Committee, a political action committee he established in 2001, and was appointed director of the Center on Poverty, Work and Opportunity at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law. He was also a consultant for Fortress Investment Group LLC.

A North Carolina grand jury indicted Edwards in 2011 on six felony charges of violating multiple federal campaign contribution laws to cover up an extramarital affair to which he admitted following his 2008 campaign. Edwards was found not guilty on one count, and the judge declared a mistrial on the remaining five charges, as the jury was unable to come to an agreement.

Early life and education
Edwards was born June 10, 1953, to Wallace Reid Edwards and Catharine Juanita "Bobbie" Edwards (née Wade) in Seneca, South Carolina. The family moved several times during Edwards' childhood, eventually settling in Robbins, North Carolina, where his father worked as a textile mill floor worker, eventually promoted to supervisor; his mother had a roadside antique-finishing business and then worked as a postal letter carrier when his father left his job.

A football star in high school, Edwards was the first person in his family to attend college. He attended Clemson University and transferred to North Carolina State University. Edwards graduated with high honors earning a bachelor's degree in textile technology in 1974, and later earned his Juris Doctor from the University of North Carolina School of Law (UNC) with honors.

Legal career
After law school, Edwards clerked for federal judge Franklin Dupree in North Carolina, and in 1978 became an associate at the [[Nash



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John Edwards : Connections 
Pearl Group Holdings Ltd.
Loan Link Ltd.
Newday Group Ltd.
Principality Covered Bonds LLP
Invicta Card Services Ltd.
Leek United Building Society
HBOS Treasury Services Ltd.
Nottingham Property Services Ltd.
Nemo Personal Finance Ltd.
Nottingham Mortgage Services Ltd.
Morgan Stanley International Ltd.
Intecon Controls
HBOS Insurance & Investment Group Ltd.
BBC Children in Need Appeal
HBOS Foundation
Business in the Community
NewDay Cards Ltd.
Action Medical Research


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