Joined the group through the Bank of Bermuda acquisition in 2003 and moved to the Private Bank in London from Bermuda in 2006. Previously headed a number of Relationship Management teams, including the HNW Onshore team and Ultra High Net Worth Offshore team. Since 2015 he has led all the UK Teams from London. Charles is also the Global Market head for UK International, which focuses on UK resident non domiciled clients. Charles is a member of STEP (TEP) and a Chartered Wealth Manager (MCSI).
James Fleming joined the Arbuthnot Latham & Co., Limited Board in March 2012 as Chief Executive.
He joined from Coutts & Co, where he held the position of Head of International Private Banking andmore recently was Managing Director of the UK Entrepreneurs, Landowners and Inpatriatesbusinesses.
Prior to Coutts, James was Managing Director of SG Hambros UK. He has over 25 years experienceof private banking.
Richard Peers leads Microsoft’s WW Industry team for Retail/Private and Wealth Banking. He has spent the last 19 years at Microsoft in sales, services and marketing leadership, with the last five years deeply engaged with clients, Fintechs and partners in Financial Services. Working on projects and engaging with leadership teams he brings an up to the minute insight on the vision and the practicalities of “Digital Banking”.
In 2016 he contributed a chapter to the “Fintech Book” on the API economy and the impact of PSD2 and Fintech’s on Banking. He created and chaired the Microsoft Digital transformation in FSI event at Level 39, which was instrumental in helping leading banks adopt the cloud.
In Feb 2015 he created the API economy event in Level39 and commissioned the “Embracing the API Economy” whitepaper. Two banks mBank and Barclays discussed their approach to this area.
In Nov 2014 he created and chaired the Digital Banking Summit which examined three different models to becoming a Digital Bank.
In 2013 he created the Digital Wallet Foundry which combined a conference and a hackathon to bring business and developers communities together. DWF sought to crack the code on Identity, Loyalty and Payments and was widely praised as a thought leading initiative.
Richard is a regular speaker at events and contributor via social media on topics such as: Transformation; Innovation, Technology and the environment. He is a member of the panel selecting the Fintech50 2016. As a member of Level39, London’s premier Fintech community he advises a number of start-ups in the banking space.
Lindley Gooden is a journalist and filmmaker who has worked at the very top levels of British broadcasting and news since the early 1990s.
He has worked in national radio and television as:
- A Senior BBC Journalist
- A presenter on channels as diverse as BBC One, Radio 1, BBC Three and Five and a range of other national and regional radio stations.
- The Consumer Affairs Correspondent on Sky News and Five
Prior to his years in the national media, he was known as the most successful Head of News in local commercial radio – launching new services and dramatically raising audience share and reach, using tools that have since been adopted by radio groups across the UK.
Lindley now works with companies, charities, government and other organisations creating and delivering their own media needs.