He serves on the boards of Social Stock Exchange (UK) and responsAbility AG (Zurich). He is on the supervisory board of the European Climate Foundation (The Hague) and is a trustee of both the Mentoring Foundation (UK) and NTYE UK [Network for Training Young Entrepreneurs]. He is on the advisory board of Auticon (UK).
Justin joined Barclays in 1997 and has assumed a number of roles in London and Hong Kong, including Chief Operating Officer for the Global Markets business, Head of Client Technology, Chief Administrative Officer for Corporate and Investment Banking and Chief of Staff to its Co-Chief Executives.
He assumed his previous role in September 2013. Prior to joining Barclays, Justin worked at Morgan Stanley.
Tim is also a Governor of Wellington College and the Wellington Academy; a Trustee of the Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity, SpringBoard and the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. Tim is a graduate of the University of Cambridge.
Mike has broad and deep experience in banking, capital markets, turnarounds and corporate strategy. From 1995 to 2006 he held several senior management positions at Citigroup, and its predecessor Travelers Group. His most recent roles were as chairman and chief executive officer of Citigroup Alternative Investments, and chairman and chief executive officer of Citigroup’s Global Corporate & Investment Bank. Previously, Mr Carpenter held senior management positions at Travelers Group, GE and The Boston Consulting Group.
Mike received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Nottingham, England, and an MBA from the Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar. Mr Carpenter is a director of various public and private companies.
PC, who grew up in Calcutta, received a B. Tech from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, and a MSc and PhD in operations research from the University of California, Berkeley.
PC was one of the primary founders of the Indian School of Business. He is a trustee of the Asia Society, on the College of Engineering Advisory Board at the University of California, Berkeley, a charter member and Founding Trustee of The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE), and a former Board Member of the US-India Business Council.
A chartered accountant by training, prior to Antin he had a 14 year career as an investment banker and spent 7 years at Centrica PLC where he was a member of the Executive Committee and had group-wide responsibility for strategy, business development and M&A.
Jerry is a past Chairman of the Board of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA), and a member of the boards of the Global Financial Markets Association and the International Swaps and Derivatives Association. He currently serves on the board of the Metropolitan Opera in New York and the Maple Leaf Trust in London.
A passionate believer in the transformative power of education, Jerry also serves as a board member of Room to Read, a global education and literacy organization, and the Advisory Board of Queen’s University Smith School of Business in Kingston, Canada. He is also a past member of the Board of Trustees at Queen’s University, where he studied, earning a BSc (Chemical Engineering) and an MBA.
Glenn retired in December 2011 from Goldman Sachs International, where he was most recently a Managing Director and the Chief Operating Officer. He previously worked at Goldman Sachs in various roles in New York, Frankfurt and London from 1987, becoming a Partner in 1996. From 1979 to 1985, he worked in the Latin America Department at Grindlays Bank/ANZ, leaving as a Vice President.
Glenn is a graduate of Emmanuel College, Cambridge and of Harvard Business School, where he earned an MBA with High Distinction and was a Baker Scholar and Loeb, Rhoades Fellow.
Marc is active in a variety of charitable educational efforts in the United States. He has lived and worked in the U.K. at various times, beginning in 1990 while at Lehman Brothers International. He is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.) Sloan School.
Sir Peter was awarded the CBE in 2000 for services to the Defence Industry and was knighted in 2004 for his work on public procurement. In 2016 he won the FTSE100 non-executive director of the year award.
Sir Peter was educated at Reigate Grammar School and Churchill College, Cambridge.
Anthony earned a BA in Modern History at Worcester College, Oxford University, and a CPE and LPC degree from the London College of Law.
Before establishing the Sutton Trust, Sir Peter founded the Sutton Company, a Private Equity firm with offices in New York, London and Munich.
Sir Peter was educated at Oxford and the London Business School. He grew up in Yorkshire and Surrey, has three teenage children and divides his time between the UK and Florida.
When Joe retired from PIMCO in 2014 the firm had close to $300 billion in third-party assets across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Joe spent 33 years in the financial services industry, having previously worked for Salomon Brothers in New York and London, and Merrill Lynch in Seoul, Korea.
Following university he spent three years in Korea as a Peace Corps volunteer working in public health. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from Bowdoin College, where he serves on the board of trustees, and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.
Sir Harvey is also Chairman of Heart of the City, which helps companies develop responsible business practices through learning from one another; Chairman of the Prince’s Teaching Institute, which promotes subject based professional development for teachers; and a trustee of a number of other charities including New Philanthropy Capital, a research based charity which gives advice and guidance to donors and charities; icould, an online careers resource; and the Mayor’s Fund for London.
Lucy’s area of interest as a member of the Sutton Trust is where giving can make a real difference and have a greater impact through leveraging and scalability, in particular in the areas the foundation supports the socially disadvantaged and the improving access to education for all.
Richard serves on the board of directors of Capital Business Credit LLC, Universal American Corp., Ovation LLC and Northwest Investments LLC. He is also chairman of the board of Barneys New York Inc. Richard is a member of the boards of trustees of Facing History and Ourselves, The Israel Project and the University of Pennsylvania. He is also on the Advisory Council of the Hamilton Project. Richard earned an MBA at New York University’s Stern School of Business in 1980, and a BSc at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School in 1977.
She has 25 years’ experience in investment banking and private equity, in the UK, US and Europe, including with Goldman Sachs, CSFB and the Sutton Company, where she worked alongside Sir Peter Lampl.
Kasia holds a MSc degree in Engineering/Economics from Cambridge University and a MBA from the Stanford Business School.
He is also chair of trustees of the Resurgence Trust, which, among other things, publishes the “Resurgence and Ecologist” magazine.
He is a trustee of the Tedworth, Headley and Staples trusts, the Kay Kendall Leukaemia Fund and the Voices Foundation. He is also a patron of Best Beginnings.
Peter is a board member of Cambridge in America and the St. George’s Society. He also serves on the investment committees of two UK charities, Buttle UK, a children’s charity, and the Turner Contemporary Gallery.
Peter earned an MA in Economics from Cambridge University in 1994.
Previously, Martin was President and Chief Executive Officer of American International Group Inc., where he worked for 37 years. He serves on the Board of Directors of Lightyear Capital portfolio company, Ed Broking Group Limited. He is also Chairman of Navigators Underwriting Agency Ltd and Navigators International Insurance Group.
Robert was Chairman and a member of the Governing Body of Rugby School from 2004 to 2014 and a Trustee of Career Ready from 2003 to 2012. He is a founder and Trustee of the SpringBoard Boarding Bursary Foundation, a Trustee of Teach First, a visiting Fellow at the Oxford University, Said Business School and a Trustee of the Kew Foundation. He is also a Director of the Investor Forum.
Until 2010, Robert spent over 30 years in investment banking with Schroders/Citigroup. He was formerly Vice-Chairman of Citi Europe and Chairman of Citi’s European Investment Bank. Robert qualified both as a chartered accountant and a barrister.
Richard is a Trustee of Rwanda Aid and sits on the Judging Panel for the Non-Executive Director Awards. Richard holds a first class Engineering degree and, prior to entering investment banking in 1991, qualified as a chartered accountant with Arthur Andersen.
Her career started in London at Psion, building its international distribution network. Then in 1992, together with Peter-Frans Pauwels, Pieter Geelen and Harold Goddijn, she set up Palmtop software, which then became TomTom. Assuming responsibility for branding, marketing and sales she oversaw the change from a B2B software company to a B2C organization.
The first TomTom device was released in March 2004. The market exploded with TomTom revenues increasing from €42 million to €1.8 billion in 5 years. Corinne subsequently led TomTom’s entry into GPS sport watches and more recently launched the TomTom Bandit, an action camera. As leaders in technology innovation, TomTom is also playing a major role in making Highly Automated Driving and Autonomous Driving a reality by creating cutting-edge technology for mapping systems.
Corinne chairs the Sofronie Foundation, and is co-chair of the Dutch Chapter of Women Corporate Directors. She is also on the board of the Dutch National Opera & Ballet, and the president of the Conseiller du Commerce extérieur de la France.
In 2012, she was decorated by the French State as a Knight of the Legion of Honour for her business success and social commitment.
In England Geoff worked as lecturer in medicine for 4 years for Manchester University and prior to that as a trainee physician at St James’s University Hospital in Leeds. He graduated from Leeds University Medical School in 1972. Geoff is an Elected Fellow of the American College of Physicians and also Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.
He has led numerous projects for The Sutton Trust, on GCSE under-performance, university entry, vocational education and access to the City.
Ian has also led projects for the Education Endowment Fund, Teach First and the New Schools Network.
He has a Bachelor in Commerce and Masters in Finance from University College Dublin, where he was a member of the Governing Authority.
He qualified as a barrister at the King’s Inns in Dublin and is a member of the Irish Bar.
Based at the bank’s European headquarters in London, he chairs the bank’s EMEA Executive Committee and is a member of the Global Banking, and Markets Committee. He is Chief Executive Officer of Merrill Lynch International and Bank of America Merrill Lynch International. He is also a director of Merrill Lynch UK Holdings, Merrill Lynch International Bank Limited and MBNA Limited.
He is a strong advocate of developing relationships between business and the community and actively supporting education and children’s charity organisations. He is a vice president of Save the Children Fund (UK) and The National Theatre.
Until mid-2003 he served as Head of Private Equity for Dresdner Kleinwort Capital and was a Group Board Member of Dresdner Kleinwort Benson working in New York, Los Angeles, London and Frankfurt with global responsibility for alternative assets as well as for certain other activities of the Dresdner Bank Group in North America. He acted as chairman of various investment funds prior to and following the latter’s integration with Allianz A.G. He is a co-founding board member of Roper Technologies Inc (NYSE) and of IDOX plc (AIM), and continues to serve on the board of Roper.
Christopher is affiliated with and/or has sat on various boards of several other financial institutions, including Artio Global Asset Management Inc., Hansa Capital LBG., Campbell Lutyens @Co Ltd., CdB Webtech SpA., Standard Bank Group of South Africa, GP Investimentos (Brazil), IL+FS (India), and IDeA Alternative Investments SGR.
He is a graduate of Oxford University and holds a Certified Diploma in Accounting and Finance. He is a Foundation Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford.
Ian is a governor of the school he attended in Bolton and an Elizabeth de Clare Fellow of his college in Cambridge.
We are grateful for the support of our Fellows who have as individuals made significant financial contributions to the Trust.
James Duffy, Fountain Court Chambers.
Jessica Frankopan, Co-founder and co-owner, ‘A Curious Group of Hotels’
Peter Frankopan, Senior Research Fellow, Worcester College, Oxford
Mike Hall, Founder, Hall and Partners
Debbie Hannam, Founder and Trustee, Access and Accelerate Foundation (AAAF)
Ian Hazelton, Former CEO, Babson Capital
John Langley, Head of Global Finance, Investment Banking Division, Barclays
George F. Lengvari, Chairman, Lengvari Capital
Iain MacRitchie, Founder and Chair MCR Holdings, MCR Foundation and MCR Pathways
Lindsey Naylor, Oliver Wyman
Shari Noonan, CEO, Rialto Trading
Anthony Preston, Founder, Pets at Home
Dan Riggs, Brevan Howard Asset Management
John Robinson, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Learning, Teaching and Students, University of York
Lady Tania Rotherwick
Edward Shuckburgh, Director, Montagu Private Equity
Spiers Family Foundation, a Foundation set up by John Spiers, CEO, EQ Investors
Patrick Wall, CEO and Founder, Metapack
Glenn Woodcock, Founder, Exeter City Futures and Director, Oxygen House
Kashif Zafar, Co-Head, Global Distribution and Co-Head, Macro Products, Investment Bank at Barclays