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Trustees

The IBE is a registered charity (Company Number 11594672 and Charity Number 1180741).

The IBE is managed by the Director who reports to the Chairman of the Trustees.

The Trustees are responsible for ensuring that the IBE abides by its charitable aims, works within the law and delivers its mission effectively. The Trustees are led by the Chairman, and one trustee is elected as Deputy Chairman and another as Treasurer. Trustees serve three-year terms which may be renewed up to two times. The Trustees meet quarterly.
 
Upon accepting their role, Trustees are provided with a briefing pack detailing their role and the IBE’s charitable aims. Part of the induction process will be attending the IBE’s Understanding Business Ethics Course, which you can view on our Ethics Training webpage.
 

Professor David Grayson CBE

Chair
David became Chair of the Trustees Board on 01 April 2019.

Tom Beardmore-Gray

Tom became a Trustee of the IBE in 2013.

Jonathon Bond

Jonathon joined the IBE Board of Trustees in October 2019.

Why I chose the IBE: I chose to become an IBE trustee because I’m convinced that its work to promote an ethical approach to business is critical to securing the private sector’s licence to operate in these challenging times. Unless more companies demonstrate how adopting responsible practices both strengthens their businesses as well as serves society, the role of the private sector will increasingly – and rightly so – be questioned. Capitalism needs to be seen to be working for everyone and business needs to be seen as a key partner for building a fairer society.

Cristina Cortes

Cristina joined the Board of Trustees in July 2017.

Ian Dyson

Ian became a Trustee of the IBE in July 2015.

Jason Engelbrecht

Jason joined the IBE Board of Trustees in October 2019.

Why I chose the IBE: Jason chose to join the IBE trustee board because of his desire to help the organisation and its members meet the modern ethical challenges of the increased use of AI and automation and to see the promotion of ethical business practices to digital start-ups.

Loree Gourley

Loree joined the IBE Board of Trustees in October 2019.

Why I chose the IBE: For me, becoming a Trustee at the IBE, enables me to further contribute to promoting high standards of ethical values and behaviours across business, more broadly. The role of the IBE will become increasingly more important as businesses and business leaders evolve to meet expectations of a wider set of stakeholders (beyond just shareholders).

Yetunde Hofmann

Yetunde joined the IBE Trustee Board in October 2019.

Why I chose the IBE: I am delighted to be a Trustee of the IBE.

The efficacy of the future of our world and its people lies in the hands of organisation and business – the choices that they make, the way business is conducted, the environments they impact and the people they employ. Never before today has the importance of trust and conduct – the ethics of working and of work been more important. If I can contribute to the continued development of that agenda, its impact and its influence by the time my tenure is served, I would be a very happy person indeed.

Tim Langton

Tim joined the IBE Board to Trustees in October 2019.

Why I chose the IBE: After many years of receiving really good counsel and wisdom from the IBE, the opportunity to serve as a trustee and give something in return was too good miss. These are big times for those working in the ethics and compliance professions and the IBE has a big role in the near future.

Loren I. Shuster

Loren joined the IBE Trustee Board in October 2019.

Why I chose the IBE: In the VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) world, in which businesses and organisations operate in today, it is critical that purpose, values and shared leadership are at the core. To operate and build sustainable value for a wide range of stakeholders in this context, leaders must have a keen focus on good governance, which means having an ethical mindset and approach across as aspects of the business. Ensuring that businesses and organisations understand what it means to lead and operate ethically is the principle focus of the IBE. I am thrilled to be part of this important mandate..

Louise Terry

Louise joined the IBE Trustee Board in October 2019.

Why I chose the IBE: I wanted to become a trustee of IBE because I believe passionately that ethical behaviour is key to building successful and sustainable businesses, which in turn support a strong society. I have spent my career working to build a positive, ethics based culture within businesses and I am looking forward to working with IBE to raise the profile of this important subject.

Mike Tuffrey

Mike joined the Board of Trustees in July 2017.

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