David Slade might have been forgiven for gratefully relinquishing his chairmanship of the Loan Market Association after the first year of his tenure. He became chairman in July 2007, just as the loan market was starting to register the effects of the crisis in credit.
"I said at the start I'd offer myself for candidacy at the end of the first year, to give the board the chance to kick me out if they didn't like what I'd done."
But he must have done something right because he was recently re-electe
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