Hugh has spent some 37 years in business. Educated in York, he then went to Cambridge University from 1977 – 80. Subsequently he joined (what became) Accenture and stayed there for 21 years, becoming a partner in 1991 and a global managing partner in 1997. Most of his work was for City of London clients, notably the London Stock Exchange as well as the London Metal Exchange, London Market insurers and City investment banks and global banks. Since 2001 he has held a number of roles in the consulting and outsourcing sectors, including running his own business, Laureate Legal Services from 2009 – 11. Currently he is assisting a number of City clients to develop new business initiatives.
He had the honour to be elected to the Court of Common Council for Aldgate Ward in 2009. He is a Deputy Chairman of the Policy & Resources Committee, Deputy Chairman of the Projects Sub-committee, a member of the Finance and Audit & Risk Management Committees, Deputy Chairman of the Information Systems and Projects Sub-committees, Chairman of the London Drugs and Alcohol Policy Forum, on the court of The Honourable The Irish Society, a member of the City of London Archaeological Trust and a Governor of the City of London Freemen’s School.
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