Victor Blank

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Sir Maurice Victor Blank, FRCOG (born 1942) is a prominent British businessman.


Born in 1942, he was educated at Stockport Grammar School and then studied Modern History at St. Catherine's College, Oxford.

In 1969, aged 26, Blank was made the youngest Partner in the history of Clifford-Turner (now Clifford Chance). At Clifford-Turner he specialised in corporate law, and co-wrote Weinberg & Blank on Take-overs and Mergers, a textbook on the topic. He left Clifford Turner in 1981 to become Head of Corporate Finance at Charterhouse (now part of HSBC), where he masterminded the buyout of Woolworth's. He was also a Director of the Royal Bank of Scotland from 1985 to 1993.

After retiring from Charterhouse, Blank held a number of Chairmanships of FTSE 100 companies such as Trinity Mirror plc (1999–2006) and GUS plc (2000–2006). He was a member of the Financial Reporting Council from 2002 to 2007, and a member of the Council of Oxford University from 2000 to 2007. He was appointed a senior adviser to US private equity group TPG Capital in November 2007.<ref...
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