Peter Niven is a resident of Guernsey. He has worked in the financial services industry in the U.K., offshore and internationally for over 40 years, 30 of those with the Lloyds Banking Group from which he retired in 2005 as the head of the Group's Offshore Banking Division.
Since then Peter has worked for the Guernsey Government and the local financial services sector, through Guernsey Finance, with the remit to develop and promote the island on the world stage as a premier international finance centre. He retired from that role in December 2012.
He now acts as a non-executive director on a broad portfolio of listed and unlisted investment funds investing in asset classes including financial services, debt, emerging markets and private equity with wide experience of chairing Boards, Audit and Management Committees. He is also a director of ABTA’s Guernsey captive insurance entity.
Peter is a Fellow of the Institute of Bankers and the IoD and a Chartered Director.
Christopher Spencer, a resident of Guernsey, qualified as a chartered accountant in London in 1975. Following two years in Bermuda he moved to Guernsey. Christopher, who specialised in audit and fiduciary work, was Managing Partner/Director of Pannell Kerr Forster (Guernsey) Limited from 1990 until his retirement in May 2000.
Christopher is a member of the AIC Offshore Committee, a past President of the Guernsey Society of Chartered and Certified Accountants and a past Chairman of the Guernsey Branch of the Institute of Directors.
Christopher sits on the Board of Directors of Real Estate Credit Investments PCC Limited, JP Morgan Private Equity Limited, John Laing Infrastructure Fund Limited, Tamar European Industrial Fund Limited and Ruffer Investment Company Limited, each of which is listed on the London Stock Exchange.
John, a Guernsey resident, is a Chartered Accountant and has a BSc Hons degree in Property Valuation and Management from The City University, London. He is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment having been awarded their diploma. He is a corporate finance director with Edmond de Rothschild Securities (C.I.) Limited in Guernsey.
John joined Ernst & Whinney in London in 1984 as a trainee in the audit department and moved to the corporate finance department in 1989, becoming a senior manager before moving back to Guernsey in 1996.
On his return to Guernsey, John joined Bermuda Trust Company (Guernsey) Limited, part of the Bank of Bermuda Group as trust development manager focusing on business development as well as dealing with private trust and employee benefit fiduciary and corporate structures.
In 1998 John was part of the team that launched the Channel Islands Stock Exchange and he set up the listing department responsible for vetting applications for listing and monitoring compliance with continuing obligations. He was a member of the Market Authority of the Exchange and contributed towards the development of the listing rules of the Exchange.
In 2000 John joined LCF Edmond de Rothschild (C.I.) Limited and has provided corporate finance advice to clients including open and closed-ended investment funds, and institutions with significant property interests. John is on the board of a number of Edmond de Rothschild group operating and investment companies, and is a non-executive director of Duet Real Estate Finance Limited, a company listed on the London Stock Exchange.
Paul Meader is an independent director of investment companies, insurers and investment funds. He was previously Head of Portfolio Management for Canaccord Genuity based in Guernsey, prior to which he was Chief Executive of Corazon Capital.
Paul has over 30 years’ experience in financial markets in London, Dublin and Guernsey, holding senior positions in portfolio management and trading. Prior to joining Corazon he was Managing Director of Rothschild's Swiss private banking subsidiary in Guernsey.
Paul is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Securities & Investments and past Chairman of the Guernsey International Business Association.
As an experienced senior leader, Jacqueline has 25 years of experience, extending across many corporate disciplines with significant focus on the energy and investment sectors.
As the Chief Risk Officer of the Green Investment Bank, Jacqueline has first-hand experience of overseeing investments in innovative areas such as waste-to-energy AD plant, adopting a variety of business models as well as managing risks associated with assets to deliver shareholder expectations.
Jacqueline has held executive appointments with Royal Dutch Shell and ScottishPower in a variety of commercial and technical roles and is a champion of adding value to organisations by encouraging diversity in its many forms.
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