Food for Thoughts, Boulestin with Sally Bridgeland, BP Pension Trustees
Walking across Trafalgar Square this heart of British oak almost splintered. There, on the fourth plinth, strutting around without a care in the world was a blue cockerel. It was as Gallic as escargots, and poor old Admiral Nelson must have been able to sniff this garlic-breathed affront from atop his proud column. What have the French ever done to deserve such an honour? Two hours later I had the answer.
Sally Bridgeland is rightly regarded as one of the brightest stars in UK pensions management, but wears the responsibility of overseeing the BP scheme with £15.3bn ($24.6bn) of assets with a lightness of touch. Not once did she bemoan her hectic schedule or check her Blackberry.
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