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British ex-military intel chief Osborn moves into ESG transactions and investigations

Philip Osborn to join advisory board of new consultancy Field Intelligence.
Philip Osborn to join advisory board of new consultancy Field Intelligence. © Philip Osborn/LinkedIn
Former Defence Intelligence chief Philip Osborn is poised to join the corporate investigation world, focusing on social and environmental responsibility investigations. [...]
Published on 26.09.2023 at 05:00 GMT Reading time 2 minutes

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