March 31, 2015
Church of England
| July 23, 1934Suffolk|
Headhunter, Chairman of Kingstream
Jill Lauderdale (1971–2015, his death)
Anthony Saxton Wikipedia
Anthony Nicholas Scott Saxton (23 July 1934 – 31 March 2015) was a British advertising man and later headhunter who established the "swinging mega-boutique" Way In on the top floor of Harrods in 1967. In 1979 he moved into the headhunting business Saxton Bampfylde. He was chairman of executive search company Moloney and director of Australian miners Kingstream through which he formed close ties with the regime in North Korea.
A devout Anglican, Saxton spent most of his life in Kew in London, where he served as a churchwarden of St Anne's Church. He was also an oblate of Alton Abbey in Hampshire.
Saxton was a close friend of Peter de la Billière.