So, what’s next in the life of Phil Nathan?

I have always considered myself incredibly fortunate to have enjoyed an interesting, varied  and fascinating career, doing something I love, however, now after 49 years in the Stock Exchange and Securities business predominantly in one home, the time has come to say ‘goodbye’ to Charles Stanley.

I thank the company for their kind words below.

Phil Nathan MBE, Chartered FCSI, FIoD.

After more than 40 years’ service, variously as a Partner, Head Dealer and Director, Phil Nathan has decided to step back from the company.

Phil has always been a great advocate for Charles Stanley, sitting on numerous City committees, and we thank him for the huge contribution he has made to the company during his tenure, as well as ably leading the dealing room through times of great change and development, he has shown a commendable level of dedication to many charitable causes, both inside and outside of the organisation, including sitting on the Stock Exchange Benevolent Fund committee and acting as a Stock Exchange Veterans Charity Steward, Freeman of the City of London and receiving the MBE.

We thank Phil for all of his endeavours with the company over many years and wish him every success for his future.

Throughout my City life, I have been guided by the motto of the London Stock Exchange “Dictum Meum Pactum”, ‘my word is my bond’. My integrity has always been sacrosanct to me and both have fared me well in everything that I have done.

However, my professional life has only ever been part of what drives me, involves me and motivates me. I have been active in the life of the community for many years, and, for me, ‘community’ has always begun where I live and extended to encompass the world community.

It is my involvement, at a Senior level, with many world leading charities that gives me immense satisfaction. Apart from the Charities already mentioned above. My involvements include, Former Chairman of Music for the Deaf, Director of Special Olympics GB, Director of MedicAlert International, Chairman of Lions Lifeskills, Chairman of A Gift for Living, Chairman of an Appeal for Brain Tumour Research, amongst others but of course it all started because of my beloved Lions Clubs International.

So, what’s next in the life of Phil Nathan?

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1 Response to So, what’s next in the life of Phil Nathan?

  1. Avis says:

    Congratulations Phil a long time since Uncle jack suggested you join the exchange
    Wishing you health n happiness in your retirement
    God bless
    Avis and family

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