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UBS Man Gets top London Financial Lobbying Job

Paul Das

13 September 2005

Jonathan Taylor, head of public policy at UBS, is to become director general of the London Investment Banking Association. He replaces Adam Ridley, who is to step down after nearly six years in the job, but will continue to work for the organisation on a part-time basis. LIBA represents the interests of all the big investment banks and securities firms active in the City of London. It works with other national and international securities associations based in Europe. Mr Taylor, who takes up his role from November 1, has been in his current post at UBS since 2002. His responsibilities have spanned the bank's government relations aspects of its business interests in Europe.