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- Patrick Edwardson, Trust Manager
- Patrick graduated BSc in Banking and International Finance from City University, London in 1993. He joined Baillie Gifford the same year and is Head of the Diversified Growth Team. Patrick became a Partner in 2005 and is a member of the Investment Advisory Group.
- Dominic Neary, Deputy Trust Manager
- Dominic graduated BA in Mathematics in 1990 and an MSc in Statistics in 1991 both from Oxford University as well as completing a PhD in Statistics at Reading University in 1995. He subsequently spent three years as a post-doctoral research fellow in quantitative genetics before moving to fund management, initially with Stewart Ivory and latterly with Insight Investment where he was responsible for global equity portfolios and for the development, launch and management of the Absolute Insight International Equity Market Neutral funds. Dominic joined Baillie Gifford in early 2009 and worked as an Investment Manager in the Diversified Growth Investment Team. He is Head of the Global Income Team and deputy manager of The Scottish American Investment Company P.L.C. (SAINTS).
- Sir Brian G Ivory, CBE, CA, Chairman
- Sir Brian joined the Board in 2000 and was appointed Chairman in 2001. He is also the Chairman of the Nomination Committee. He is a director of Remy Cointreau SA, Insight Investment Management Ltd and of Marathon Asset Management (Services) Ltd and is chairman of Retec Digital plc and Arcus European Infrastructure Fund GP LLP. He was formerly chairman of Highland Distillers Plc and of the Trustees of the National Galleries of Scotland and a director of HBOS Plc.
- The Rt Hon Sir Menzies Campbell CBE QC MP, Director
- Sir Menzies joined the Board in December 2007. He was Leader of the Liberal Democrat party until October 2007. He was elected as an MP in 1987, and was Foreign Affairs Spokesman before becoming Deputy Leader of his party. He qualified as an advocate in Scotland, being admitted to the Faculty of Advocates in 1968 and becoming Queen’s Counsel in 1982.
- Eric Hagman CBE, CA, Director
- Mr Hagman joined the Board in 2005 and became the Chairman of the Audit Committee after the 2009 AGM. He joined Arthur Andersen in 1971 and became the managing partner in Scotland in 1982. He spent the last five years until 2002 in London as a managing partner on the UK Leadership Team. He is a director of British Polythene Industries plc and The Royal College of Art. He was formerly a trustee of the National Galleries of Scotland and a director of Glen Group plc, Scottish Financial Enterprise and Scottish Enterprise.
- The Rt Hon Lord Kerr of Kinlochard GCMG, Director
- John Kerr, an Independent Member of the House of Lords since 2004, joined the Board in 2002, and became Senior Independent Director after the 2012 AGM. He was Head of the Diplomatic Service (1997 – 2002), having previously served in the Treasury (including as Principal Private Secretary to the Chancellor of the Exchequer), in the Foreign Office, Moscow and Pakistan, and as Ambassador to the European Union (1990 – 1995) and the United States (1995 – 1997). He has since been Deputy Chairman of Royal Dutch Shell (2005 – 2012), Chairman of Imperial College London (2005 – 2011), and a Trustee of the National Gallery (2002 – 2010). Currently he is Deputy Chairman of Scottish Power, a director of Rio Tinto, Chairman of the Centre for European Reform, and a Trustee of the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland.
- Peter Moon, Director
- Mr Moon joined the Board in 2005. He was chief investment officer of the Universities Superannuation Scheme Limited fund from 1992 until August 2009. He is a director of First Property plc and Arden Partners plc and is a former director of MBNA Europe and is a former Member of the National Association of Pension Funds Investment Committee. Prior to joining Universities Superannuation Scheme, Mr Moon managed investments at the British Airways Pension Fund and the National Provident Institution, which he joined in 1978.
- Rachel Lomax, Director
- Ms Lomax joined the Board in 2008. She served as Deputy Governor of the Bank of England between 2003 and 2008, having previously been Permanent Secretary at the Department for Transport, the Department for Work and Pensions and the Welsh Office. She was previously Chief of Staff to the President of the World Bank, Head of the Economic and Domestic Secretariat at the Cabinet Office. She worked for many years at HM Treasury, where she was Principal Private Secretary to the Chancellor of the Exchequer and deputy Chief Economic Adviser. She is a director of HSBC Holdings, BAA Limited, the Reinsurance Group of America (RGS), the Royal National Theatre, Imperial College London, the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and the Supervisory Board of Arcus European Infrastructure Fund GP LLP and is President of the Institute of Fiscal Studies.