Sir Christopher Meyer
Former British Ambassador to the United States
Sir Christopher Meyer is one of Britain's most respected diplomats. He crowned a 40-year career by becoming one of the longest-serving British Ambassadors to the U.S. Sir Christopher was at the heart of British-American relations during the Clinton and Bush presidencies.
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Prior to Washington, Sir Christopher was Ambassador in Germany, Press Secretary to Prime Minister John Major and Foreign Secretary Geoffrey Howe, speech writer to three Labour Foreign Secretaries and, among other postings, spent 5 years in the British Embassy in Moscow. After retiring from the Diplomatic Service in 2003, he was for 6 years Chairman of the Press Complaints Commission, coinciding with the start of the phone-hacking scandal. Since then he has become a prolific radio and television commentator on international affairs and the media. Sir Christopher is Chairman of the Pagefield Advisory Board and a Non-Executive Director of the Arbuthnot Banking Group.
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Sir Christopher speaks with authority on all aspects of world affairs, lacing his remarks with anecdote and an engaging sense of humour. He likes to relate diplomacy, negotiation and developments on the international scene to the world of business and corporate risk.
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We got extremely good feedback about Christopher Meyer’s speech. His content was spot on and when he discussed geopolitical issues it really captivated our audience.