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May 13, 2008

A fifth-generation member of the Grant-Gordon distillery dynasty has been appointed non-executive chairman of Scotland-based William Grant & Sons Ltd.

A fifth-generation member of the Grant-Gordon distillery dynasty has been appointed non-executive chairman of Scotland-based William Grant & Sons Ltd. Peter Gordon, who is the great great-grandson of founder William Grant, is taking over from Charles Gordon, who will fulfil the newly created role of life president.
 
Paying tribute to his uncle, Peter said: "Charles has led the company as chairman over the last five years with a leadership style full of remarkable energy, passion and humour. As a consequence, our brands have developed and prospered significantly.

January 1, 2005

The Scotch whisky firm William Grant and Sons is a beacon of good practice in family governance. But this was a hard-won system that has evolved since 1998. Bill Gordon gives some inspiring insights into a bumpy journey that ended in a stable destination

Bill Gordon was chairman of William Grant & Sons' family council for five years

The Scotch whisky firm William Grant and Sons is a beacon of good practice in family governance. But this was a hard-won system that has evolved since 1998. Bill Gordon gives some inspiring insights into a bumpy journey that ended in a stable destination

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