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.
To discuss GlobalCapital access for your entire department or company please contact our subscriptions sales team at: email@example.com or find out more online here.