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Chairman of CET and senior advisor to clients on strategy and politics. Responsible for the UK privatization program as Chancellor of the Exchequer (1983-89); Secretary of State for Energy (1981-83) and Financial Secretary to the Treasury (1979-81). Member of the House of Lords since 1992. Formerly Director at Barclays Bank. Education at Oxford University (Politics, Philosophy and Economics).
President of CET and leader of technology practice. Head of European Telecoms, Media & Technology, Booz Allen & Hamilton (1987-90). Formerly with IBM and BT research labs. Co-director of Telecommunications Research Program at MIT (1981-84). Lecturer at Sloan School of Management and Faculty of Economics, Harvard University (1977-84). Extensive writing on business and technology. Education at Cambridge (BA) and Harvard (MA, PhD).
Managing Director and head of CET's private equity division. Has got a 30 years’ investment banking experience in Europe and the USA. President of the International Capital Group (Global Asset Management) (1985-90). Vice-President of JP Morgan & Co (1980-85). Previously with SG Warburg & Co (project and corporate finance) and the Rothschild Intercontinental Bank. Education at Oxford (MA, Physics) and Insead (MBA).