Former chancellor George Osborne is set to become an honorary professor of economics at the University of Manchester, taking on his sixth role since leaving the Treasury.
According to a report in the Financial Times, Osborne (pictured) revealed the news to staff in an email this morning. He will start the unpaid position in July. Osborne was appointed editor of the London...
34 years in the profession
Philip Howell the new boss
Filling Christopher Woodlard’s shoes
Range from 24 to 59 years old
Sanlam on Demand
No need for wet signatures
Fees play a big part
Fixed income enjoys another strong quarter