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Meet The Board
John Cryan joined the Gabrieli board over ten years ago, becoming Chairman at the start of 2015.
On 1 July 2015, John was appointed Co-Chief Executive Officer of Deutsche Bank, having served as a member of Deutsche Bank’s Supervisory Board in 2013 and as Chairman of the Audit Committee and a member of the Risk Committee.
Alan is a partner at Strategy&, part of PwC. He focuses on Financial Services and has over 30 years consulting experience advising banks, wealth managers and insurers in Europe and Asia.
Paul McCreeshArtistic Director
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Susie York SkinnerDirector of Development
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Steve is the Chief Finance Officer of HS2 Limited, the £50 billion project building a new high speed railway between London, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds. Previously, he was Managing Director, Finance for Transport for London responsible for the £10 billion a year operational and investment finances of TfL. He started his career in the civil service before working in investment banking for Citigroup and Abbey National.
Michael Abrahams has worked for international design consultancies, Banks & Miles, Negus & Negus and Raymond Loewy International. In 1996, he established Abrahams, a design consultancy that spent a third of their time on commercial projects, a third on charitable work and self-directed research and a third curating events.
Roger Le Tissier is Chairman of Textor Capital, a private investment company with a diverse portfolio. He is also a consultant and holds a number of non-executive directorships with leading asset managers, private equity GPs, insurance and pension companies.
Louise started her career teaching and managing English in a variety of secondary schools, including those in inner cities. She became an advisory teacher and subsequently a lecturer at Sussex University, contributing to initial teacher education and research on teachers’ professional development.