Terence Fane-Saunders

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Terence Fane-Saunders is the Chairman and Chief Executive of Chelgate, a public relations and public affairs consultancy.[1] Before founding Chelgate in 1988 he was Chairman and Chief Executive of PR and lobbying giant Burson-Marsteller. Prior to that he served on the worldwide board of Hill and Knowlton.[2]

Art advice

Terence Fane-Saunders of PR firm Chelgate was reported in 2008 to be representing the Duke of Sutherland (Francis Egerton) in 2008/09 during the period when the Duke was negotiating the sale of two paintings by Titian from his Bridgewater collection. One of the Titians - Diana and Actaeon - had been on public display in Britain for more than 200 years but could have been lost had the Duke sold to a private buyer. It was eventually sold to a group of public bodies for £50m in Feb 2009.[3]

External links


  1. Message from our chairman, Chelgate website, accessed 22 Oct 2009
  2. Terence Fane-Saunders, Chelgate website, accessed 22 October 2009
  3. Reply Letters and emails: Bridgewater will stay put in Scotland, The Guardian, December 31, 2008