Biographical entry Baillieu, Clive Latham (1889 - 1967)
- 24 September 1889
Kew, Victoria, Australia
- 19 June 1967
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
- Barrister, Businessman and Writer of Inscription
- Alternative Names
- Baron Baillieu
Clive Latham Baillieu (Baron Baillieu) was a barrister and businessman. Baillieu's business interests covered mining, banking and insurance. From 1929 to 1939, he was the United Kingdom representative in Australia on the Imperial Communications Advisory Committee and from 1930 to 1947 an Australian representative on the Imperial Economic Committee. He spent most of the war in the United States, serving on allied councils organising supplies of raw materials. He returned to Britain in 1944, becoming deputy chairman of the Federation of British Industry, chairman from 1945 to 1947, and member of the National Industrial Council from 1945 to 1953. Baillieu was heavily involved in efforts to rebuild British industry after the war. In 1953, he was created Baron Baillieu, of Sefton in Australia and Parkwood in Surrey.
Poynter, J.R. Baillieu, Sir Clive Latham (1889-1967), Australian Dictionary of Biography. National Centre of Biography, Australian National University. Published in hard copy 1979, accessed online 6 November 2013.
Wrote Inscriptions in these Books
- Inscription by Clive Baillieu
- 19 July 1950