Law Debenture


Law Debenture

Infobox Company
company_name = The Law Debenture Corporation plc
company_logo =
company_type = Public (lse|LWDB)
foundation = 1889
location = London, United Kingdom
key_people = Douglas McDougall Chairman
Caroline Banszky CEO
industry = Legal services
products =
revenue = £60.2 million (2007)
operating_income = £34.1 million (2007)
net_income = £27.6 million (2007)
num_employees =
parent =
subsid =
homepage = [http://www.lawdeb.co.uk www.lawdeb.co.uk]
slogan =
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The Law Debenture Corporation plc (lse|LWDB) is a leading British-based investment trust dedicated to a diversified range of investments. It also provides a range of fiduciary services including appointment of agents, directors and trustees for pension funds, trusts and companies. It is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index.

History

The company was first established in 1889, by Stanley Boulter, who remained chairman until his death in 1917. In 2007 it acquired Delaware Corporate Services Inc., a provider of legal and corporate services, and Safecall Limited, a provider of whistle-blowing services. [ [http://markets.ft.com/tearsheets/businessProfile.asp?s=UK:LWDB&ftauth=1214132153424 FT.com] ]

Operations

The company has operations organised as follows:
* Investment Trust
* Provision of services

References

External links

* [http://www.lawdeb.co.uk Official site]


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