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Trustees & Advisory Council
The Transparency International UK (TI-UK) Board of Trustees are:
Shalni Arora is a Chartered Accountant and until 2007 was the Finance Director of a successful Biotechnology Company. Having exited the business, Shalni completed a Masters in International Development at the University of Manchester and became CEO of Savannah Wisdom, a charitable foundation. She also holds a degree in Genetics from Cambridge University and commenced her career at Arthur Andersen before moving to AstraZeneca, where she left in 2000 to found DxS, a venture capital backed company specialising in cancer diagnostics. Shalni joined the TI-UK Board in November 2012.
Nicholas Colloff is a member of the senior management team at Oxfam GB and, as their Director of Innovation, is responsible for developing new approaches to poverty reduction presently focused on finance, renewable energy and urban development. Prior to this he was Oxfam GB Country Director in Russia, where programmes included improving access to essential services which included improving citizens' ability to know and secure their rights to accountable and transparent provision. He has worked as the director of a venture philanthropy foundation and has helped build organisations working in prisons, the fields of mental health and literacy; and, in micro-finance. In the latter field he is the founder of two banks and an investment fund located in Eastern Europe. Nicholas joined the Board of TI-UK in January 2012.
John Drysdale joined TI-UK after his retirement from merchant bankers Robert Fleming where his international career spanned thirty years. John's contribution has been in a number of fields, having been Chairman of the working groups which published two Reports: one on money laundering and the other on corruption in the UK. John joined the Board of TI-UK in 2002 and became Chairman in 2008. He is Chairman of the Fundraising and Nominations Committees and a member of the Membership Committee. John has represented TI-UK at the TI Annual Members Meeting as well as at other meetings where appropriate.
Sam Eastwood is a dispute resolution partner based in Norton Rose LLP's London office. He is experienced in handling a broad range of large commercial disputes for major corporations and financial institutions. In 2008, Sam established Norton Rose Group’s dedicated business ethics and anti-corruption practice, which he continues to head. Sam specialises in anti-corruption issues in connection with companies’ internal compliance policies and procedures, international business transactions and internal corporate investigations. He is experienced in fraud investigation, seeking injunctive relief, and the conduct of corporate investigations. In 2011, Sam was appointed independent compliance monitor to Macmillan Publishers Limited, in which capacity he reports to the World Bank. Sam maintains a central role in the corporate integrity community, having established partnerships with TI (UK), the Institute of Business Ethics and University College London. Sam sits on the Executive Steering Committee of the Centre for Ethics and Law at UCL, of which Norton Rose LLP is a founder member. He is also on the legal advisory board of SAI Global. Sam joined the TI-UK Board in November 2012.
Sally Hawkins started her career as an adviser with the Citizens Advice Bureau service and recently returned to her local CAB as a volunteer. In the meantime she has dealt with complaints about public services, including the police, has provided consultancy on equalities matters and served as non executive director on the Boards of a number of national bodies. Sally has an extensive knowledge of regulation and considerable consumer experience gained through a wide range of roles including: acting as Independent Person for Lewisham Borough Council’s statutory procedure for allegations against elected members and previously as independent chair of the Borough’s Standards Committee; being a Member of the General Medical Council where she is part of the working group revising Good Medical Practice, the doctors’ code of conduct; a Member of the Police Complaints Authority, the organisation that preceded the Independent Police Complaints Commission and internal ombudsman for Cambridge City Council, reviewing investigations into complaints against council officers. Sally joined the TI-UK Board in November 2012.
Neil Holt is the international Ethics & Business Conduct Director of the CH2M HILL group of companies, a US based global firm of consulting engineers, which acquired ownership of the Halcrow Group in November 2011. His earlier leadership in developing Halcrow’s detailed Guidelines on the 'Practice of Business Integrity' resulted in an invitation to join the World Economic Forum sponsored ‘Engineering and Construction (E&C) Task Force for Countering Bribery’, which resulted in the adoption of the ‘E&C Business Principles’ by the World Economic Forum at Davos in January 2004. These subsequently formed the basis of the Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI). Neil works with TI and colleagues from other companies in the engineering and construction sector, to develop and promote anti-corruption activities that are capable of being adopted as ‘best practice’ for both the public and private sectors. He was a founding member of the UK Anti-Corruption Forum and regularly participates in public and private sector sponsored anti-corruption activities, including the Ministry of Justice's working group that advised on the development of the UK Bribery Bill, which was enacted in the summer of 2011. Neil joined the TI-UK Board in 2006 and is a member of the Finance and Audit and Nominations Committees.
Anne Moore-Williams became a legal adviser to the Financial Services Authority in 2005, having practised as a barrister in the private and public sectors since being called to the bar in 1992. She is a specialist in regulatory, financial services, anti-corruption and commercial law. She was appointed as a member of the Bar Standards Board Equality and Diversity Committee in 2009. Anne holds an LLM from King's College, London and was called to the New York bar in 2000. Her career includes being a legal adviser to HM Treasury, The Treasury Solicitor's Department and the Law Commission for England & Wales. She has also acted as a legal consultant to the Department for International Development as regards corruption law reform projects. Before becoming a barrister, Anne worked for Reuters as a journalist. Anne joined the Board of TI-UK in 2003.
David Nussbaum (Chair) has been the Chief Executive of the environmental charity WWF-UK since 2007. Prior to joining WWF, he was the Chief Executive of Transparency International, based at the International Secretariat in Berlin from 2002 to 2007. David is a Non-Executive Director of the quoted private equity fund Low Carbon Accelerator, and of the Fair Trade finance organisation Shared Interest. Until 2006, he was the (non-executive) Chair of Traidcraft plc, the leading UK Fair Trade company. Previously, David was Finance Director and a Deputy Chief Executive of Oxfam; and prior to that, was the Finance Director of Field Group plc. David is a chartered accountant and holds degrees in theology from Cambridge and Edinburgh universities, an MSc in Finance from London Business School, and a DCL (hc) from Newcastle University. David joined the Board of TI-UK in 2008, is Chairman of the Membership Committee and is a member of the Finance and Audit Committee.
Monty Raphael QC is a solicitor and until 2005 he was Senior Partner at Peters & Peters where his present full time role is Special Counsel. His lifelong specialism has been white collar crime including corruption and money laundering. He is a past Chair of the Anti-Corruption Working Group of the International Bar Association and was the founder of its Business Crime Committee. He is a Director and Trustee of the Fraud Advisory Panel and Honorary Solicitor and Trustee of the Howard League for Penal Reform. Monty has written and spoken widely on corruption issues. He is Visiting Professor in Criminal Law at the University of Kingston and is the author of ‘Blackstone’s Guide to the Bribery Act’. Monty has been a member of TI-UK since shortly after it was formed and he joined the Board in 2006. He was appointed Queen’s Counsel (Honoris Causa) in 2011.
Ian Trumper (Honorary Treasurer) is a Chartered Accountant. His particular expertise lies in forensic investigations and expert accounting in civil and criminal litigation. Ian is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and a Member of the Academy of Experts. In 1988 he was seconded to the Serious Fraud Office as an Assistant Director and since that time has specialized in financial investigation work either working for corporate or for regulatory and prosecution agencies. Ian has carried out corruption investigations in Africa, the Far East and Eastern Europe. He has been Honorary Treasurer of TI-UK for several years and joined the Board in 2003. Ian is Chairman of the Finance and Audit Committee.
Professor Alyson Warhurst is CEO and founder of Maplecroft, the leading source of extra-financial risk analysis for the world’s largest multinational corporations; banks and asset managers; governments and NGOs. Coming from an academic background, Alyson now advises global companies and organisations at board level on issues including: global and political risks, human rights, ethical supply chains, corporate reputation and responsibility. She is a consultant to the World Economic Forum and is on the Board of Trustees at Transparency International UK. From 1999 to 2009 Alyson was Chair of Strategy and International Development at Warwick Business School, where she won the inaugural Faculty Pioneer “Beyond Grey Pinstripes Award” (called by the FT the “Business School Oscars”) and was made an Honorary Professor in 2010. She is an accomplished speaker at high-level international events and has written several books and more than one hundred articles, including a regular column for Business Week.