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November 1st, 1974
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6 feet, 1 inch.
Chief Executive Officer of Carmarthen International
Graduate from the University of Dublin School of Business.
Laurence Grey is the Chief Executive Officer of of Carmarthen International. He is a soulless man whose lack of self makes him indifferent to the suffering his tyranny causes the people of the European Union.
Laurence’s private life before he took over as Chief Executive Officer of Carmarthen International six years ago is not available to the public. The only available records are his family’s public life, and his school and university transcripts. Laurence is a secretive person who values his privacy.
1974: Early Life
1992: Teenage Years
In 1992, Laurence enrolled in the University of Dublin School of Business, where he met Robert Trevor.
Laurence’s responsibilities as chief executive officer include overseeing the daily operations of Carmarthen International and reporting directly to the board of directors and his mother, the chairwoman, to execute their initiatives and sustain the smooth operation of the conglomerate.
Laurence has spent several years gathering the shards of the broken glass blade of Caliburn, the sword in the stone that bestowed rule over all of England on Arthur's shoulders. He is currently looking for the last missing piece of Caliburn’s blade and a glassmith able to restore the sword.
Three years ago, Laurence purchased Waterford-Wedgwood PLC, the former holding entity for a group of companies that specialized in the manufacture of high-quality porcelain, china, and glass to acquire its manufacturing equipment to restore Caliburn’s broken glass blade.
Two weeks prior to the midsummer of 2014, a fog front inexplicably appears off the coast of the Cliffs of Moher in the southwestern edge of the Burren region in County Clare, Ireland. Laurence immediately dispatches the Fianna, Carmarthen International’s security force, to investigate.