Shiv Shankaran Nair inducted into The Worshipful Company of Fuellers
Chairman Nair inducted into The Worshipful Company of Fuellers.
At a solemn ceremony held at The Fishmongers Hall in the City of London, Shiv Shankaran Nair, the Chairman of Suez Capital, became the first Vanuatu national to be made a Freeman of The Worshipful Company of Fuellers.
The history of The Fuellers Company can be traced back to the Livery Company of Woodmongers and Coal Sellers, commonly known as The Fuellers. The earliest known references to that Company appear in 1376 and its Royal Charter was granted by King James 1 in 1605. Responsible for collection of coal dues and taxes, the Company handled the monies and it was used to rebuild much of the City after the Great Fire of 1666, including St. Paul’s Cathedral.
Shiv Shankaran Nair receiving his Charter of Membership as a Freeman of The Worshipful Company of Fuellers from The Master, Mrs Janet Harrison
Shiv Shankaran Nair, was honoured for his contribution to the Energy Sector, which included the Chairmanship of British Borneo Petroleum, and advisory roles in China Energy, China Power and China State Grid.