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Sir Ian Maurice Gray Prosser (born 5 July 1943) is a British businessman.[citation needed]

Prosser was born in Bath, England and educated at King Edward's School, Bath, Watford Grammar School for Boys and Birmingham University.[citation needed]

He is Chairman of The Navy Army & Airforce Institutes, Chairman BP Pension Trustees PLC, Chairman of Aviva Staff Pensions, and Chairman of Gamcare.[1] He was Chairman & CEO of Bass PLC and latterly Chairman of InterContinental Hotels until his retirement in 2003.[1] He is a former non-executive Deputy Chairman of BP Plc, having joined as a non-executive Director in 1997 and retired on 15 April 2010. He was formerly senior independent director of GlaxoSmithkline, a non-executive director of The Boots Company , of Lloyds TSB.[citation needed] and Hillshire brands ( formerely Sara Lee.).

Prosser received his knighthood in the 1995 New Year Honours List.[citation needed]

Prosser was awarded an honorary DUniv by Birmingham University in 2001.[2]

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