The Advisory Council, who represent the wider audience that the IBE seeks to address, offer the IBE advice and guidance on its work programme and strategy.
They are invited to attend bi-annual meetings and receive copies of the Trustees’ meeting minutes, Directors’ reports and the IBE’s events programmes and publications.
Upon accepting their role, Advisory Council members are provided with a briefing pack detailing their role and the IBE’s charitable aims. They are also invited to attend the IBE’s Understanding Business Ethics course.
of Higher Education Funding Council for England, and of the Homerton University
Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Tim Melville-Ross CBE is Chair of the Higher Education Funding Council for England and the Homerton University NHS Trust.
Career initially with BP, including service in Libya at the time of the revolution which brought Colonel Gaddaffi to power. Then with Nationwide, ultimately as CEO, followed by 5 years as Director General of the Institute of Directors- 1994-1999.
Since then, a plural career with board membership of a variety of organisations, including chairing Investors in People, Bovis Homes, Essex University, Royal London Insurance, DTZ and Manganese Bronze
CBE FIC FRSA is Chair of Fair Trade pioneers Traidcraft plc,
and Provident Society) Ltd, Renewable Energy Company Dulas Ltd., the Office of
the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education, Board Member of the Food Standards Agency and
Honorary Member of the Faculty of Divinity Cambridge
Past roles include UK
Group Chief Executive of the Inlaks Group an international company with 7000
employees in 15 countries.
Board and Council Member of Imperial College,
External Member of the Audit and Risk Assurance Committee of the UK Equalities
and Human Rights Commission, Member of the Complaints Audit Committee of the UK
The Better Regulation Task Force, Vice-chair St Georges Medical
School, Visiting Professor of Entrepreneurship at Middlesex University,
Advisory Board member of the Relationships Foundation, Companion of the
Chartered Management Institute and co-founder of the Christmas Cracker Charity
Trust which engaged over 50,000 young people in the UK to raise over £5m for
good causes in the developing world.
Senior Independent Director, Old Mutual
Chairman, The Economic and Research Council
Lord Green of Hurstpierpoint is Minister of State for Trade and Investment.
He took up his appointment in January 2011 after a 28-year career with HSBC which culminated in his appointment as Group Chairman of HSBC Holdings in 2006.
He has been Chairman of the British Bankers' Association and Chairman of the Prime Minister's Business Council for Britain. He has also served as a trustee of The British Museum and an honorary trustee of Peking University.
Following a successful 35 year career with BP, leading a
number of commercial businesses and culminating in his role as Group Vice
President, Human Resource Management.
Chris is an
experienced non executive director and trustee. He is currently an Independent
Non Executive Director of ICE Futures Europe where he chairs the Risk and Audit
In addition Chris is a member of the Joint Advisory Committee on the
Ethics of Investment for the Methodist Church.
is a keen musician and is the organist at Barnes Methodist
Ian Barlow currently serves
as a Non-Executive Director for Smith and Nephew Plc, Foxtons Plc and Brunner
Investment Trust Plc, chairing the Audit Committee at each company.
He is also the lead non executive director,
chairing the Board, of HM Revenue and Customs and a board member of the
China-Britain Business Council.
Appointed to the IBE Advisory Council in 2015.
retired from KPMG LLP in 2008 as Senior Partner, London. He is former member of the London Development Agency (2008-12), Chairman of
Think London, the former inward investment agency (2—3-11), Trustee of Historic
Royal Palaces (2008-13) and Chairman of the Racecourse Association, the trade
body for the UK’s racecourses (2009-15).
is a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Advisor. He holds an MA in Engineering Science from
member, International Pierre de Coubertin Committee, (CIPC)
de Navacelle spent 18 years within the Citibank Group in Paris and in London.
He also worked in France to help set up a Guarantee Fund dedicated to French
SME’s investing in Central and Eastern Europe.
He then moved to Citicorp/ Salomon Smith Barney Group where he
was a senior transactor for the European Export Credit programmes and privatization/
debt origination in Eastern and Central Europe.
In 2000, he went into Private Banking where he managed a small
Italian family-owned operation in Paris until 2004, after which he set up the Private Banking
branch of French Group Natixis in London which he managed
until January 2011 when he retired.
He is now acting as Business Introducer to several London based
private businesses. He is a member of the Personal Finance Society and sits on
the Advisory Board of the Institute of Business Ethics (IBE).
Amongst his other
activities, Antoine is a keen sportsman and is directly involved in the
promotion of the ideals of the Olympic Movement set up by one of his ancestors,
Pierre de Coubertin. He is a Member of the Board of the International Pierre de
Coubertin Committee (CIPC) and the President of the Association Familiale
Coubertin in France. Together with the Institute of Business Ethics and 3 top
corporate sponsors of the London 2012 Olympic Games, he set up a University
students competition program centred around the theme of Ethics in Sport and
Ethics in Business.
Appointed to the IBE Advisory Council in 2015.
She has held a number of previous board positions,
including Senior Independent Director of Centrica plc, non executive director
of Aviva plc and non executive director of the Bank of England.
In her executive career Mary was a civil servant in the Treasury.
the Prime Minister's Private Secretary for economic and business affairs
(1992-95) and a Private Secretary to the Queen (1995-99).
Director General of the Association of British Insurers from 1999 to 2005.
of the Co-op Group
is SID of the Co-op Group and chair of the Kings Fund and the Responsible
Gambling Strategy Board. He has
previously been chair of the Committee on Standards in Public Life, the NSPCC,
the Financial Ombudsman Service and a variety of other bodies.
General, Westminster Abbey
Stephen Lamport KCVO DL is Receiver General of the Abbey and Clerk to the Dean
Stephen joined the Foreign & Commonwealth Office from Cambridge University
in 1974 and served at the UK's Mission to the United Nations, and at the British
Embassies in Tehran and Rome. At the Foreign Office in Whitehall he was Private
Secretary successively to Douglas Hurd and Malcolm Rifkind as Ministers of
was appointed Deputy Private Secretary to The Prince of Wales in March 1993,
then Private Secretary and Treasurer, from 1996 to 2002. From 2002 to 2007 he was a Group Director of
Stephen was appointed CVO in 1999 and KCVO in 2002. He has been a Deputy
Lieutenant of Surrey since 2006. He is married with three children.
She is a non-executive director at Heathrow Airport and Serco,
and a member of the supervisory board at Arcus European Infrastructure Fund. Among
her other activities, she is a trustee of Imperial College, London and the
Brussels-based think tank, Breugel.
Previously she was Deputy Governor
(Monetary Policy) at the Bank of England (2003 - 2008), and served as permanent
secretary of three government departments – the department for Transport, the
DWP and the Welsh Office. She has also held senior positions at the World Bank,
the Cabinet Office and the Treasury.
Mark Moody-Stuartis Chairman of the Global Compact Foundation and of the Innovative Vector
Control Consortium (IVCC).
Chairman of the Royal Dutch/Shell Group (1998- 2001), of Anglo American plc (2002-09), and of Hermes Equity Ownership Services (2009-2016).
After a doctorate in geology, he worked for Shell living in Holland, Spain, Oman, Brunei, Australia, Nigeria, Turkey and Malaysia, and UK.
A director of Saudi Aramco 2007- , Accenture (2001-2015) and HSBC (2001-10).
Chairman of the FTSE ESG Advisory Committee.
Vice Chairman of the United Nations Global Compact Board.
Honorary Co-Chairman of the International Tax and Investment Center 2011-, Member of the International Council for Integrated Reporting, Author of "Responsible Leadership – Lessons from the front line of sustainability and ethics”. Married to Judy with four children.
Sir Richard Olver was chairman of BAE
Systems, the leading global defense and aerospace company, from 2004 to 2014.
Prior to that he had a 30 year career at BP culminating in his appointment as Deputy
Group Chief Executive in 2003. He is a past Non-Executive director of Reuters
and Thomson Reuters.
He currently serves as a Special Advisor to
HSBC plc and CD&R LLC, as well as a Director of Sand Hill Petroleum and
In addition Sir Richard is a UK Business
He is a chartered engineer with a First
Class Honors degree in Civil Engineering and holds an Honorary Doctorate in
Science from both City University, London and Cranfield University,
Sir Richard is a Fellow of
the Royal Academy of Engineering, Institution of Civil Engineering and City
& Guilds London Institute. He is an
Honorary Fellow of the ICSA.
He was awarded the
President’s Medal from the Royal Academy of Engineering in 2015.
Sir Anthony Salz is Executive Vice Chairman
of Rothschild. Anthony joined Rothschild in 2006, after more than 30 years as a
corporate lawyer with Freshfields, the last 10 as the senior partner.
Among various roles, Anthony is Chairman of
Bloomsbury Publishing plc and a Trustee of the Tate Foundation, Paul Hamlyn
Foundation, Scott Trust, Reprieve, Conran Foundation and the Royal Opera House.
He also sits on the Advisory Board for Teach First’s Business Leaders Council.
He was Vice Chairman of the BBC Board of Governors between 2004 and 2006 and
the lead Non-Executive member of the Board of the Department for Education from
2010 to December 2012.
He was a Trustee of Eden Trust, owner of the Eden
Project in Cornwall, from 2002 to 2015 (Chair 2009 to 2015). He chaired the
Independent Commission on Youth Crime and Antisocial Behaviour in England and
Wales, which reported in 2010, and, on behalf of the Media Standards Trust, has
led reviews of Press Regulation.
He led an independent review into Barclays
PLC’s Business Practices, which reported in April 2013. He is a Governor of the
Wellington Academy Trust.
Sir Kevin Tebbit was Permanent Secretary at
the UK Ministry of Defence from 1998 -2005, following a short period as
Director of GCHQ.
His initial career was with the Ministry of Defence and
subsequently, from 1979, with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. His
diplomatic postings overseas were: First Secretary, UK Delegation to NATO; Head
of Chancery in the British Embassy at Ankara; Director of Cabinet to the NATO
Secretary General, Lord Carrington; and Counsellor at the British Embassy in Washington
DC. Subsequent FCO appointments at home covered international economic
relations, resource management and policy regarding defence and intelligence
He is a Visiting Professor at King’s College London, a
Senior Associate Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute, and serves on a
number of academic Advisory Boards and Charitable Trusts.
3i Group plc and Tullow Oil plc
Thompson is chairman of 3i Group and Tullow Oil and a non-executive director of
started his career in the City, working for N M Rothschild and S.G. Warburg,
before joining the Anglo American group where he held a number of senior
positions, including chairman of the Tarmac Group, before becoming an executive
He has previously served as a non-executive director of Amec Foster
Wheeler, AngloGold Ashanti, Newmont Mining Corporation and Sandvik and is a
member of the International Finance Corporation advisory panel on business and
Sir David Walker is Chairman of Winton Group.
Sir David joined the board of Winton on July 2015. Prior to his
appointment, he served on the board of Barclays as Chairman from November 2012.
began his career in 1961 with Her Majesty’s Treasury. He has served as Chairman
of various organisations, including the Securities & Investments Board, the
International Organisation of Securities Commissions, Reuters Venture Capital,
the London Investment Bankers’ Association and Morgan Stanley International. He
has also been a non-executive member of the Court of the Bank of England, a
non-executive board member of the former CEGB and subsequently National Power
plc, and Vice-Chairman of the Legal and General Group.
Sir David is
a member of the Group of Thirty (G30); he is a trustee of the Group and has served
as Treasurer. He is also a trustee of the Cicely Saunders Foundation and has
served as Chairman of the Business Leaders’ Group of the East End charity
Community Links. He is a member of the board for the Campaign for the Colleges
and University of Cambridge and of the MS Appeal Board. In December 2015, Sir David became Chairman of SETL, a technology
company offering institutional payment and settlement infrastructure.
Sir David has
written several reports, including Government commissions, and made
recommendations regarding the private equity industry and corporate governance
at financial institutions. He also co-led the independent review of the FSA
report into the failure of Royal Bank of Scotland and was a member of the committee
into ethical business conduct in BAE Systems plc.
Sir Robert is Visiting Professor of Government and a Governor of the LSE. He is Honorary Professor in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Kent and in the Department of Politics and International Studies at Warwick University.
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