Loudon, John H. (Jonkheer) - from Netherlands
Country of meeting: in the year 1975
Is chairman of the supervisory board of the Royal Dutch Petroleum Company. A native of the Netherlands, Mr. Loudon joined one of the companies in the Royal Dutch/Sbell Group in The Hague in 1930. After service in Venezuela and the United States, he was appointed in 1947 a managing director of the Royal Dutch Petroleum Company and of the Group Holding Companies. In 1952 he became president of the Royal Dutch Petroleum Company which is the Netherlands parent company. From 1957 until 1965. He was the senior managing director and chief executive of the Royal Dutch/Shell Group and chairman of the Shell Oil Company, the Group's associated company in the United States. Mr. Loudon assumed his present position of chairman of the supervisory board of the Royal Dutch Petroleum Company in July 1965. Among his various activities, he is also a trustee of the Ford Foundation.
The Chase Manhattan Corporation, March 1974, Page 16.
Loudon was appointed the chairman of an international business advisory committee at Chase Bank by David Rockefeller. Loudon retired from this role in 1977. President of World Wide Fund for Nature.
Activities in the Orangization:
Europa, Executive Committee