David Jones: MA (Cantab) DL (Chairman) works for the international investment firm Oldfield Partners. Prior to 2007, he spent 26 years at SG Warburg and its successor firm UBS, where he was Managing Director, Head of US Equities and a global COO. He is a member of the Court of the Fishmongers' Company, a City livery company, is a Governor of Gresham's School in Norfolk and was High Sheriff of Greater London in 2013-14. He is a member of the Council of the High Sheriffs’ Association and a Trustee of National Crimebeat.
Peter Meyer: BA Hons (Bristol) FCA (Chief Executive Officer) has had a career in financial management that has included spells at JP Morgan and HSBC. In 1990, he joined Schroders, where over 11 years he acted as CFO of its banking, securities and fund management arms. Prior to joining NMS he was a Director of a residential property development company.
Alexandra Cornforth: BA (Oxon), MLitt. After studying music at university, she spent almost thirty years in the City, firstly working in mergers and acquisitions activity and later specialising in regulatory compliance. Until April 2017 she was Head of Compliance for the UK operations of a major Canadian insurance company and is now a regulatory compliance consultant.
Xavier Villers: MA (Oxon) is an Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute and a senior partner at Miller Insurance Services LLP. He served on Miller’s main board from 2004-16 and was Chairman of the Marine Executive of the London and International Insurance Brokers Association from 2009-15. He also sits on the finance committee of the Westminster Almshouses Foundation.
Robin Broadhurst: CVO, CBE FRICS joined Jones Lang Wooton as an Investment Surveyor. He was appointed a Parner in 1973, and Chairman of Jones Lang Wootton International in 1993. From the period September 2000 until he retired from the firm at the end of 2003 he was the firm's European Chairman. He specialised in real estate investment. He was instrumental in promoting the firm's merger with LaSalle partners based in Chicago which was concluded to become Jones Lang LaSalle.