- Professor of Practice, Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques (Sciences Po), France
Studies at Memorial University, Newfoundland; MA in History and Modern Languages, Merton College, Oxford; MSc in Management Science, Stanford Graduate School of Business. 1973-74, Foreign Office; 1974-76, Private Secretary to HM Ambassador, Paris; 1976-82, HM Treasury; 1982-87, McKinsey & Co.; 1985-86, Special Adviser to the Chancellor of the Exchequer; 1987-92, Controller, Audit Commission. 1992-95, Director-General, Confederation of British Industry; 1990-95, Director, GKN; 1995-97, Deputy Governor, Bank of England; 1997-2003, Chairman, Financial Services Authority; 2003-11, Director, London School of Economics. Since 2004, Director, Morgan Stanley. Since 2010, Director, Prudential. Since 2011, Director, National Theatre London. 2002-10, Trustee, Tate Gallery.