City of London’s Scottish Lord Mayor listens to oil and gas sector plea for North Sea tax stability


Fiona Woolf, Lord Mayor of the City of London
Fiona Woolf, Lord Mayor of the City of London

By our City Correspondent

Part of the job description for Fiona Woolf – an expat Scot and only the second woman in 800 years to hold the post as Lord Mayor of the City of London – is to ‘support and promote the ‘City’ as a world-leading financial and business hub, with outward and inward business delegations, high-profile civic events, research-driven policies and a long-term approach”.

But as a successful energy lawyer, she also has an unofficial role as an ambassador for the energy sector in Scotland and the UK – and when she travel overseas, she does so with the status of  UK Cabinet Minister.

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