Chair of the Board’s Audit and Risk Committee, Member of the Remuneration and Nomination Committees
Mr. Espenhahn has long financial
experience, having worked on audit, tax and investigations with Deloitte,
Plender, Griffiths & Co and, from 1972 to 1998, in corporate finance with
Morgan Grenfell & Co. Ltd and Deutsche Bank. He was subsequently a
non-executive director and later chair of Telspec plc, a telecoms manufacturer,
and chair of Bibendum Wine (Holdings) Ltd and Old Broad Street Research Ltd.
Mr. Espenhahn has an MA in Economics and Law from the University of Cambridge.
Chair of the Board’s Remuneration Committee, Member of the Audit and Risk and Nomination Committees
Carrington is a member of the House of Lords and non-executive director of the
Arab British Chamber of Commerce and CarringtonCrisp Ltd. He has been a
non-executive board member of various businesses and associations, including
Gatehouse Bank plc, where he was also chairman of the board from 2015 to 2017.
He has served as Chief Executive of the Retail Motor Industry Federation and
Executive Chairman of the Outdoor Advertising Association. From 1993 to 1996,
Lord Carrington was a member of the Treasury Select Committee, becoming
Chairman in 1996, and served as Government Whip. Lord Carrington was also a
manager at the Saudi International Bank in London, where he set up and ran the
bank’s Islamic financing department.
Lord Carrington holds a BSc in Physics
from Imperial College London and a MSc in Economics from the London Business
Member of the Audit and Risk, Remuneration and Nomination Committees
William (Bill) Tame has held a number of non-executive directorships, including most recently as Independent Non-Executive Director and subsequently Chairman of Southern Water Services Ltd (2015-2019) and Senior Independent Director and Audit Committee Chair of Carclo plc (2006-2015). He has also acted as an advisor for various private equity firms since 2019.
His first Board level executive appointment was as Group Finance Director of Scapa Group plc in 1999 and then as Group Finance Director and CEO of the International Division of Babcock International Group plc from 2001 to 2018.
Bill started his career at Thomson McLintock (now KPMG) where he qualified as a Chartered Accountant. He then held a number of financial roles in business, first at The Boots Company plc from (1981-1984) and then joined Courtaulds plc as Group Financial Controller in 1984 and taking up a series of regional Finance Director positions in the company up to 1999.