Crown Agent


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Crown Agent

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1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a member of a board appointed by the Minister for Overseas Development to provide financial, commercial, and professional services for a number of overseas governments and international bodies
2. (Law) (not capitals) Scot a solicitor dealing with criminal prosecutions
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Catherine Dyer, the Crown Agent and Chief Executive at the Crown Office, also sent an unprecedented letter of apology to Colin's family in April last year, upholding complaints they had made about the failings of two senior prosecutors.
"But the Deputy Crown Agent, John Dunn, has set up an E Crime Hate Crime Group bringing together prosecutors, experts and police.
Apart from Crown Agent Bank's core operations, the new system will also manage the bank's trade finance business.
Deputy Crown agent William Gilchrist has now pledged to supply the family with information about the evidence led in the first murder trial of two men.
Favourite-backers in the 12-furlong handicap got no run for their money when Crown Agent deposited jockey Liam Keniry on the turf on leaving the stalls, the rider reporting that the 9-2 market leader had stumbled as the stalls opened.
He said the Commission,as a Crown agent,did not need planning permission.
He told the local Crown Agent, William Henry More, who had been watching this strange new activity in some state of bewilderment, that it would make a fine place to build a golf course.
At the same time, I have pointed out that the Sekondi-Tarkwa railway was financed almost entirely by special Crown Agent advances.
Indeed, one measure of Crown Agent's effectiveness could be that certain people tried to warn them off.
Also honoured with CBEs were: Christopher George Matthews-Maxwell, Belford, Northumberland, for services to the voluntary sector; Catherine Patricia Dyer, Crown Agent and chief executive, Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service, for services to law and order in Scotland; Ian Gareth Dormer, formerly national chairman, Institute of Directors, for services to business, particularly in the North East.
David Harvie, crown agent at COPFS, said: "This fantastic result recognises our long-held commitment to developing and sustaining a diverse workforce in an environment that is welcoming and inclusive.