This lecture is in three parts:
David Lock: David is Secretary General of the Magna Charta Observatory based at the University of Bologna. This global network of approaching 1,000 universities is concerned with promoting and protecting the fundamental values of autonomy and academic freedom and universities’ responsibility to society. David was previously Director of International Projects at the UK’s Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, the founding Registrar and Acting Chief Executive of the British University in Dubai and head of the administration of two British universities. He also chairs Gulf Education Conferences.
James de Sausmarez: Having trained as a Company Secretary at the Central Electricity Generating Board, James has spent most of his career in the investment management industry specialising in listed investment companies and heading the investment trust businesses of both Touche Remnant and Janus Henderson. As a director of Janus Henderson, he sat on the board of the firm's principal regulated operating subsidiary. He retired from Janus Henderson on 30 June 2022 and is now seeking non-executive positions to complement his voluntary activities. From 2015-22 James was a Common Councillor of the City of London Corporation. He is Chair of Governors of a girls’ independent school, on the board of two charities, a former member of the Council of St Paul's Cathedral where he is still an independent member of their Finance Committee.
Sharon Constancon: Sharon is a Fellow of the Chartered Governance Institute, Chartered Director and MBA. She is Chair of the South African Chamber of Commerce UK, Chair of the Council of Foreign Chambers of Commerce. International Committee Member for the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment and CEO of Valufin, a forex advisory firm. Sharon has also held a number of non-executive director roles including acting as Chair of the Conduct and Culture Committee for Buckinghamshire Building Society. Sharon was awarded the SACC Businesswoman of the Year in 2013 and in 2015 was a finalist for the prestigious IoD Neville Bain Memorial Award.
Monday, 22 April 2024
15:00 - 15:45 BST
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