Сэр Джереми Морс. Англия, Лондон. Родился 28 декабря 1928 года. Умер 4 февраля 2016 года. Банкир. Руководитель Правления Государственного банка Англии с 1965 по 1972 гг.  Первый Председатель Комитета Международного валютного фонда Двадцать. Известный шахматный композитор, автор многих рекордных произведений.

Автор книги Chess Problems, Tasks and Records”  1995. Проявлял интерес к кроссвордам и головоломкам. Издавал их под псевдонимом  "Esrom" (его фамилия наоборот).

Sir Christopher Jeremy Morse (* December 10, 1928-died February 4 2016), known as Sir Jeremy Morse, was Chancellor of the University of Bristol between 1989 and 2003 before being succeeded by the Baroness Hale of Richmond and was chairman of Lloyds Bank.

 Son of Francis John Morse and his wife Kinbarra (née Armfield-Marrow), he was educated at West Downs School, Winchester College, and New College, Oxford. A career banker, he began with Williams and Glyn's Bank and went on to be chairman of Lloyds Bank between 1977 and 1993. He served on the Board of the Bank of England as an Executive Director from 1965 to 1972 and as a non-executive from 1993 to 1997. He was also the first Chairman of the International Monetary Fund's Committee of Twenty.

 He has a keen interest in cryptic crosswords and is a skilful writer of clues. His record of success in the clue-writing competitions of Ximenes and Azed is such that Azed's December 2008 Competition puzzle was dedicated to the occasion of his eightieth birthday.  He has also had puzzles published under the pseudonym "Esrom" (his surname in reverse). Colin Dexter's fictional detective, Inspector Morse, is named after him.

 Sir Jeremy also is a chess writer and wrote a book called Chess Problems: Tasks and Records.

 In 1955, he married Belinda Marianne, daughter of Lt-Colonel R. B. Y. Mills, and they had three sons and two daughters (one of whom died young).

Sir Christopher Jeremy Morse - 80